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Majority Rule

[muh-jawr-i-tee] [rool]

A concept often employed in ‘Group’ or ‘Multi Party’ negotiations to achieve consensus or agreement. As the term implies, a decision or agreement is reached after having been voted upon and decided in favour by a majority of the parties present at the negotiating table

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