Reforming member nations

Each member nation of the British Commonwealth is represented by its own ordinary or special assembly of committees at the House of Committees (Assembly of the House) to enable a member nation to fully take advantage of legislative activities at the Commonwealth level (legislation) and for effective cooperative self-reform.

Self-reform means to reform that applies to a limited group of people rather than a whole state to satisfy the need of that particular group without inhibiting others (self-reform).

The national statement to the House that a member nation makes which is a statement of the current national goals that said member nation wishes its Assembly of the House to aim for and achieve for the people of said nation in the long term, whereas the scope of self-reform generally falls within these goals but such is not obligatory.