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Ag Parli Pro

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What is parliamentary procedure? Rules for conducting a meeting
Why parliamentary procedure? provide order, uphold majority, protect minority
Job of the Chairperson presides over meeting, must know proper parli pro, know use of gave
When does the chairperson vote? in case of a tie
What must the chairperson be? professional
Gavel use- sit down 1 tap
Gavel use- after a vote 1 tap
Gavel use- for adjournment 1 tap
Gavel use- come to order 2 taps
Gavel use- stand in unison 3 taps
Three ways of voting voice, hand/standing, secret ballot
When would you use a voice vote? if sure of outcome
When would you use a hand/standing vote? when a specific count is necessary
When would you use a secret ballot? when politics are involved
What should a main motion include? what, when, time, who, where, any other pertinent info
A main motion requires what? a second
A main motion is what? debatable and amendable
What does a main motion need to pass? a simple majority
Created by: groth