Learning Parliamentary Procedure
This book discusses the procedure of parliamentary law. The book consists of 33 chapters divided in three parts about the principles and general rules of parliamentary procedure, the motions such as the main motion, motions to enforce correct procedure, to change motions, to control debate, to defer action, to refer to a committee, to surpress motions, to terminate meetings, to meet emergencies, motions affecting previous actions and summary of rules governing motions, and the structure and functions of the organizations of parliament. This book is suitable for politics practitioners and research on parliamentary procedure in the United States.
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