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20th GC Session Jeju Korea

:: General Conference Delegation Session

Date: September 19 to October 3, 2007
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Delegation Session in 2003, Brazil

Venue: Jeju, South Korea

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The General Conference business and administration session will be held from September 19 to October 3, 2007. This part of the conference is reserved only for those delegates who have been officially selected to represent their unions, fields or missions.  They will have the right to vote on different issues and plan for the advancement of the work of God for the next quadrennium in different regions of the world.  There will be 132 countries represented, and the number of delegates expected to attend is 192, God willing.

Observers are not allowed inside the business session.

 

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