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Parliamentary Procedure Aged 3203 Principles of Parli Pro Courtesy to all One thing at a time The rights of the minority The rule of the majority Methods of voting Voice Countable (hands, feet, cards) Secret Roll call Types of motions Main – introduce the main question

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principles of parli pro
Principles of Parli Pro
  • Courtesy to all
  • One thing at a time
  • The rights of the minority
  • The rule of the majority
methods of voting
Methods of voting
  • Voice
  • Countable (hands, feet, cards)
  • Secret
  • Roll call
types of motions
Types of motions
  • Main – introduce the main question
  • Subsidiary – modify/dispose of main motion
  • Incidental – arise out of other motions, must be decided before other business is brought up
  • Privileged – EMERGENCY - do not relate to motions
  • Unclassified - other
privileged motions
Privileged Motions
  • Are the highest ranking motions
  • Not debatable
  • Must be disposed of immediately
  • Pertain to convenience/comfort
    • Adjourn, Recess, Question of privilege, Call for orders of the day
subsidiary motions
Subsidiary Motions
  • Second highest ranking motion
  • Applied to a motion
  • Must be acted upon before main motion
    • Lay on the table, Previous question, Limit debate, Postpone definitely, Postpone indefinitely, Refer to committee, Amend,
incidental motions
Incidental Motions
  • Arise out of the question (motion)
  • Must be decided before you go on
    • Point of order, Appeal the decision of the chair, Suspend the rules, Object to the consideration, Divide the question, Call for the question, Nominate, Request (parliamentary inquiry, information, withdraw a motion, etc.)
unclassified motions
Unclassified Motions
  • Take from the table, Reconsider, Rescind