PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE FOR RRS IMUN

Motion To

May Interrupt the Speaker?

Must be Recognised by the Chair?

Requires A Second?

Can be Objected To?

Vote Required?

Debatable?Time Length?

Extended Debate Time:

NO

YES

YES

YES

SIMPLE MAJORITY

NO

To Move To The Previous Question:

NO

YES

YES

YES

2/3 MAJORITY

NO

Divide The House:

NO

NO

YES

 

YES

CHAIR’S DECISION

NO

 

PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE

POINT OF
(NON VOTED POINTS)

 MAY INTERRUPT SPEAKER

 MUST BE RECOGNISED

 ADDITIONAL NOTES

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE

 

 

ORDER

 

 

INFORMATION TO THE CHAIR

 

INFORMATION TO THE SPEAKER

 

 YES

 

YES BUT ONLY DURING A PAUSE IN THE SPEECH
AND NEVER DURING AN OPENING SPEECH

NO

NO

NO

 

YES

YES

YES

MUST PERTAIN TO THE AUDIBILITY OF THE SPEAKER IF THE SPEAKER IS INTERRUPTED.  AT THE CHAIRS DISCRETIONMUST ASK THE CHAIR IF A STATEMENT OR MOTION IS IN ORDER.  CHAIR MUST REPLY, UNLESS SPEAKER’S OUT OF ORDER

 

 

MUST ASK THE CHAIR A QUESTION. CHAIR MUST ANSWER IT UNLESS SPEAKER IS OUT OF ORDER

MUST ASK THE SPEAKER HAS THE FLOOR A QUESTION WHICH PERTAINS  TO THE DEBATE

 

 

 

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