Interpret Europe usually holds one General Assembly per year. So far, each Assembly took place in another European country.
Key responsibilities of the General Assembly are:
- To elect the members of the Supervisory Committee
- To discharge the Executive Management from liability
- To decide on any changes to the Constitution.
The General Assembly is chaired by a person nominated by the Supervisory Committee. In the General Assembly, each member has one vote and can represent up to two other members.
Specific regulations in connection with the General Assembly are made in the Constitution.