The relevant passages of the Paris Treaty of April 1951 contributed towards it significantly, as the Treaty envisaged establishing the Common Assembly
and mentioning two possible ways for its establishment; either seats could be taken by national parliaments, or the Members of Assembly could be chosen directly by the citizens of the Member States in general elections (see Article 21(1)).
We called this work Common Assembly
because we want to invite viewers to consider the potential for an alternative form of parliament that can represent all Palestinians including those living in exile," Petti says.
In the second gallery, the installation Common Assembly
, 2011-12, offers a large model in black lacquered plywood of a cross section of the Palestinian Legislative Council building, aka the "Palestinian Parliament," on the outskirts of Jerusalem.
These components were assembled to high-temperature rated Cu-OSP coated boards using SAC 305 solder paste, which represents one of the most common assembly
practices in industry.
But, in fact, the Parliament's founding ancestor is the European Coal and Steel Community Common Assembly
, consisting of 78 members, whose first meeting was held in Strasbourg on 10 September.
Tomorrow the same format of both meetings will go ahead at Perry Common Assembly
of God, The Ring, Witton Lodge Road, starting at 1pm.
He made it clear that he still believed in the need for a "common assembly
", despite this proposal not having featured in the final version of the CUV text.
On Sunday we have a common assembly
of all our members, whether they live in the city or in the outlying districts.