FOX Facts: United Nations General Assembly

President Bush will address the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday to promote his freedom and democracy agenda, and cite Iran as one of the worst examples of Islamic extremism.

Here are some FOX Facts about the world body:

The 61st annual United Nations General Assembly convened Monday, September 18

The General Assembly is the main deliberative organ of the United Nations

Composed of representatives of all 192 member states

Each member state has one seat in the General Assembly and one vote

General Assembly meets in regular, special and emergency special sessions

Discusses any question relating to international peace and security

Considers and approves the United Nations budget

Establishes the financial assessments of Member States

Elects non-permanent members of Security Council and members of other UN councils

Official languages of General Assembly: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish

June 2006: Haya Rashed Al-Khalifa elected President of 61st General Assembly session

Only the third woman to hold that post and the first one elected since 1969

(Sources: United Nations)