S.O.153 Motions - separation of complicated question
153. When a question capable of being divided has been proposed, a Member may move a motion for the question to be put as separate questions. This question shall be decided without debate or amendment.
amended 3 July 2009
|Related Orders, Precedents and Rulings|
|S.O. 163 of 1994 (Repealed)||163. When a complicated question has been proposed a Member may move "That the question be divided". The question shall be decided without debate or amendment.|
|1994 Precedent||1. During the debate on a motion of no confidence in a Minister the question 'That the Question be divided to provide for two separate questions', was put and agreed to on two occasions during the same debate. PD 22/11/94, 5598-9
VP 22/11/94, 528, 529|
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