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Parliamentary Procedures What exactly are parliamentary procedures or parliamentary law The term parliamentary law is often described as being the rules to the game of democracy Parliamentary law from now on it will be called p-law is also used as the guideline for the making of laws and criminal punishments So basically all a p-law is is a set of rules for making rules Now that I have given a clear definition of p-law I should explain what the purpose for it is In all cases p-law is used to establish the purpose and organization for new businesses Also its used for membership classification rights and obligations for members of any organization In a way p-law is the book of etiquette for conducting a business properly To every procedure in government there is always a set of unwritten laws For example when in a meeting where voting is taking place the will of the majority party overrules the will of the minority though the minority has the right to be heard Rights are always protected in these meetingsp-law is very strict on that Even when one is absent hisher rights are still respected in the meeting Also one person at a time talks and others respect their opinion Thorough Outline of a Parliamentary Procedure Three steps to motion before the group in a meeting 1 A member makes a motion Motion - a proposal to speak 2 Another member seconds the motion 3 The chair states the question on the motion Chair - organizer of the meeting Three steps in the consideration of the motion 1 The members debate the motion unless all members agree to the motion 2 The chair puts the motion to a vote A The chair restates the question for definite recognition B The chair takes the vote - For those that agree with the motion All in favor of the
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