You know what the World Assembly needed: more bureaucracy. And arbitrary rules! You can't have too many of those.
If you've ever complained that the World Assembly is pretty good and all, but it should have more red tape, great news! I am pleased to announce the General Assembly Secretariat is up and running. They're already hard at work, assessing General Assembly proposals, judging which adhere to the GA's strict rules and which don't.
GenSec is a new organization, and from what I hear, a lot of the details are still to be worked out, so who knows where they'll end up. Creating ever-more sub-committees, probably. Or possibly extending the glorious history of the World Assembly into a bright new era of self-governance. One of those. Maybe both.