Procedures

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Procedures

  1. 1. SET THE AGENDA The nation of [country name] moves that [topic area x] be placed first on the agenda. REQUIRES ''SECOND'' IF ''AGAINST'' THEN VOTING
  2. 2. MOTION TO OPEN THE DEBATE When debate is open, ideas are being shared, speeches are given, and resolutions are drafted.
  3. 3. 1. PRESENATION OF POLICY STATEMENTS # VIEWS OF THE COUNTRY ON THE TOPIC # PROPOSED ACTIONS
  4. 4. NOT OPEN TO POINTS OF INFORMATION RIGHTS OF REPLY RIGHTS TO FOLLOW UP POLICY STATEMENT RIGHTS TO FOLLOW UP OPEN TO POINTS OF INFORMATION POINTS OF INFORMATION RIGHTS OF REPLY
  5. 5. # LIMITD SPEAKING TIME # COUNTRIES DO THIS VOLOUNTARILY # LESS DIPLOMATIC MORE CONCRETE # COUNTRY CAN DELIVER THE SPEECH MULTIPLE TIMES 2. ORDER GENERAL SPEAKERS LISTS
  6. 6. 3. NO ORDER MODERATED & UNMODERATED CAUCUS SHORT TIME OF SPEAKING FREE DEBATE MOTION IS REQUIRED [name of the country] motions for a [time] minutes moderated caucus with a speaker’s time of 50 seconds
  7. 7. 3. NO ORDER MODERATED & UNMODERATED CAUCUS FREE DEBATE DRAFTING RESOLUTIONS MOTION IS REQUIRED [name of the country] motions for a {time] minutes unmoderated caucus
  8. 8. 4. RESOLUTION # SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM # DRAFT RESOLUTION BEFORE PASSING
  9. 9. COUNCIL TOPIC OF THE DISCUSSION SPONSOR: [country], [country], ... The main contributor to a draft SIGNATORY: [country], [country], ... The supporter of a draft
  10. 10. PREAMBULATORY CLAUSES a clause in the initial part of a resolution that state past action on and reasons why actions in the operative clauses should be carried out OPERATIVE CLAUSES clause of a resolution that describes what action should be taken to solve the problem
  11. 11. PREAMBULATORY # Alarmed by OPERATIVE # Authorizing # Approving # Calling upon # Aware of # Condemns # Recognizing # Designates # Observing # Recommends # Bearing in mind # Encourages # Emphasizing # Requests # Guided by # Supports # Reaffirming # Endorses # Welcoming # Affirms
  12. 12. FRIENDLY AMENDMENTS UNFRIENDLY AMENDMENTS # FROM A SIGNATORY, #NOT FROM SUBMITTER SUBMITER, SIGNATORIES # DOES NOT NEED VOTING #NEED VOTING
  13. 13. # POINT OF ORDER # POINT OF INQUIRY # POINT OF PERSONAL PRIVILIGE 5. POINTS
  14. 14. # MOTION TO SUSPEND A MEETING # MOTION TO SPLIT THE HOUSE # MOTION TO TABLE A DEBATE #MOTION TO MOVE TO THE VOTING PROCEDURE 6. MOTIONS

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