MCCU Annual Report - page 119

MANCHESTER CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION
ANNUAL REPORT 2013
119
1.
(a)
A member shall stand, when addressing the chair.
(b)
Speeches shall be clear and relevant to the subject before the meeting.
2.
A member shall only address the meeting when called upon by the Chairman to do
so, after which he/she immediately takes his/her seat.
3.
No member shall address the meeting except through the Chairman.
4.
A member shall not speak twice on the same subject except:
(a)
The mover of a motion who has the right to reply.
(b)
He/she rises to object or to explain (with permission of the Chair).
5.
No speeches shall be made after
the question has been put and carried or
neglected.
6.
The mover of a procedural motion (adjournments, postponement, lay on the table)
shall have no right to reply.
7.
A member rising on a point of order shall state the point clearly
and concisely. (A point of order must have relevance to the Standing Orders.
8.
(a)
A member shall not call another member to order, but may draw the attention
of
the Chair to a “Breach of Order.”
(b)
No event can a member call the Chair “to order.”
9.
A Question should not be put to the vote if a member desires to speak on it or move an
amendment to it - except that a “Procedural Motion,” the Previous Question “proceed
to the next business” or the “closure.” “That the question be now put,” may be moved
at any time.
10.
Only one amendment shall be before the meeting at one and the same time.
11.
When a motion is withdrawn, any amendment to it falls.
Parliamentary Rules of Order
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