Parliamentary Procedure: Essential Principles

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Associated University Presses, 1985 - 227 sidor
 

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The Deliberative Assembly
15
Decorum in Debate
20
Rules of an Assembly or Organization
24
Officers and Their Duties
30
Chairmanship
34
Order of Business
40
Types of Meetings
51
MOTIONS
65
Point of Order
118
Appeal
121
Suspend the Rules
125
Object to the Consideration of a Question
128
Consider by Paragraph or Seriatin
131
Requests and Inquiries
133
Motions That Bring a Question Again before the Assembly
136
Take from the Table
137

General Classification of Motions
67
Main Motion
69
Resolutions
72
Subsidiary Motions
76
Postpone Indefinitely
77
Amend
79
Commit or Refer
84
Postpone to a Certain Time
87
Limit or Extend Limits of Debate
91
Previous Question
93
Lay on the Table
96
Privileged Motions
100
Call for the Orders of the Day
102
Question of Privelege
104
Recess
106
Adjourn
107
Fix the Time to Which to Adjourn
111
Incidental Motions
114
Rescind
140
Amend Something Previously Adopted
142
Discharge a Committee
143
Reconsider
145
Reconsider and Enter on the Minutes
150
BOARDS COMMITTEES ELECTIONS BYLAWS AND CONVENTIONS
153
Boards
155
Committees
159
Ordinary Committees
160
Committee of the Whole and Alternate Form
164
Voting
176
Nominations and Elections
180
Elections
185
Contents of Bylaws
189
Conventions
197
Glossary
207
Index
217
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Sida 22 - no one dissenting', ie no votes are cast against a motion although some members may have abstained from voting. Someone may be appointed to vote on behalf of absent member, subject to approval. The minimum number of members who must be present at a meeting to make it valid, as laid down in the regulations of the organisation. An addition to a resolution after it has been passed. It adds to, not alters the sense of, a resolution. Person who counts votes at a meeting.

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