History of Resolution A

History of Resolution A

You can view the information provided by the Transition Group on “Resolution A” by clicking HERE

Central Atlantic Region prepared a power point for the AZF and it can be found in our Archives.

res·o·lu·tion / rez-uh-loo-shuhn, noun/

  1. a formal expression of opinion or intention made, usually after voting, by a formal organization, a legislature, a club, or other group. Compare concurrent resolution, joint resolution.
  2. a resolve or determination: to make a firm resolution to do something.
  3. the act of resolving or determining upon an action or course of action, method, procedure, etc.
  4. the mental state or quality of being resolved or resolute; firmness of purpose.
  5. the act or process of resolving or separating into constituent or elementary parts.
  6. the resulting state.
  7. a solution, accommodation, or settling of a problem, controversy, etc.

Resolution A, as adopted at WSC ’96, reads as follows:

“To approve, in principle, a change in participation at a new WSC to achieve the following objectives:

  • to reduce the total number of representatives
  • to provide for equal representation from all geographic entities;
  • and to encourage a consensus-based decision-making process”