I learn english and I have one question about passive voices. The next sentence is difficult for me:
"The decision is made".
I've search it in the context translations and have found various translations. Some of them are like "[somebody] has made the decision" (present perfect), but some of them are like "[somebody] generally makes the decision" (present simple). The first means that the act of making the decision is finished. But the second means that somebody sometimes makes the decision at all.
And I don't understant what is correct? Can I use "the decision is made" as "the decision has been made"? Or it'll be a mistake? Is it a universal form which anyone can understand like he wants to?