In Westminster parliaments, leaving the house or leaving the Senate is a concept similar to that of unanimous approval. If a member asks for leave to do something different from the rules, a single objection may prevail.   Unanimous iron measures do not necessarily mean that they were taken unanimously. This does not necessarily mean that each panel member voted in favour of the proposal.  This may mean that members who feel that it would be pointless to object to a case would simply agree.  A meeting was unanimously postponed. If, at the end of a meeting, no one has more to say, the Chair simply declares the meeting postponed without a formal request or formal vote.  Some rights can only be repealed unanimously. For example, in disciplinary proceedings, only one member may require that the vote on the imposition of a sanction be by ballot.
 If there is only one candidate in an election and the rules do not require a vote in that situation, the individual candidate is elected by unanimous acclamation or approval.  In this particular case of unanimous approval, the only way to oppose the election of a candidate is to nominate and choose someone else.  The many hearts of the world having different feelings about what the object or subject may be, there can be no unanimous agreement on the most appropriate color to paint an object or subject. For example, the adoption of legislation unanimously does not require that every member of a legislative power, a majority of members or even a quorum of representatives be present to vote.  The unanimous compliant opinion simply assumes that no representative of those present requested a registered vote or requested a quorum review. For this reason, the assertion that a law was passed “unanimously” if passed by “unanimous approval” may be misleading as to its level of assistance.  Unanimous approval can be used as part of a consensus decision. In this process, unanimous approval does not necessarily imply unanimous agreement (see consensus decision agreement against approval). “There was a unanimous answer from `Oh my God`,” Rubin recalls. Objections are sometimes used as a delaying tactic. The opponent cannot agree with the proposal under consideration, but chooses to object in order to impose a formal vote that takes time and may include a period of debate.  That is, there is a unanimous consensus among voters that the best policy is the same as the state of the world.
But on the other hand, Jordi said, “there is a unanimous feeling that he meant something.”