Rules of Procedure<br />
1. Quorum<br />50%+1 of the member states are present<br />To reconvene, quorum is required<br />
2. Roll Call<br />Alphabetical Order<br />Present or present and voting<br /> Notes to the Chair<br />
3. Adopting the Agenda<br />Provisional Agenda<br />Accept:<br />No changes<br />Automatically adopted<br />Object and Ame...
4. Opening Speeches<br />Give your speech<br />Postpone your speech<br />First to postpone is last to speak<br />Wave your...
5. Speakers List<br />Raise your placard to add your name<br />Send a note to add your name<br />No one on the list, debat...
Different types of Points<br />
Motions<br />Types & Priority:<br />Overrule the chair  <br />Adjourn the meeting  Dismiss<br />Adjourn the debate    Cl...
Formal Debate<br />Speakers’ List<br />The Main Debate<br />No time limit<br />All motions are entertained<br />
Informal Debate<br />Time limit<br />How to get the floor<br />Moving from Informal to Formal<br />Only possible motions:<...
Caucus<br />Form of diplomatic negotiation<br />Extreme informality<br />Moving from Formal to Caucus<br />Time limited<br...
Procedural Voting<br />Voting on procedural matters<br />Example<br />Motion to move to an informal debate<br />Motion to ...
Substantive Voting<br />Voting on matters of substance<br />Example<br />Voting on Amendments<br />Voting on a draft resol...
During Voting..<br />No more points shall be entertained<br />Delegates shall refrain from side talks<br />Ushers shall re...
Types of papers<br />Working Paper<br />Draft Resolution<br />Resolution<br />
Voting on a Draft Resolution<br />
Voting on Amendments<br />Friendly Amendments<br />Automatically Adopted<br />Unfriendly Amendments<br />Voted upon from m...
Points Pertaining to Voting<br />Roll Call Automatically Adopted<br />Clause by Clause  Procedural<br />Withdrawal from ...
Diplomatic Behavior<br />Formal dress code<br />
Diplomatic Behavior <br />English<br />No side talks<br />No eating<br />Misusing Messages<br />
Diplomatic Warnings<br />
Questions<br />
Diagram of the general Flow of debate<br />Adopting <br />Agenda<br />Progress<br />Quorum<br />Opening <br />Speeches<br ...
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  1. 1. Rules of Procedure<br />
  2. 2. 1. Quorum<br />50%+1 of the member states are present<br />To reconvene, quorum is required<br />
  3. 3. 2. Roll Call<br />Alphabetical Order<br />Present or present and voting<br /> Notes to the Chair<br />
  4. 4. 3. Adopting the Agenda<br />Provisional Agenda<br />Accept:<br />No changes<br />Automatically adopted<br />Object and Amend<br />Procedural vote<br />
  5. 5. 4. Opening Speeches<br />Give your speech<br />Postpone your speech<br />First to postpone is last to speak<br />Wave your right to speak<br />No motions are entertained<br />
  6. 6. 5. Speakers List<br />Raise your placard to add your name<br />Send a note to add your name<br />No one on the list, debate is closed<br />
  7. 7. Different types of Points<br />
  8. 8. Motions<br />Types & Priority:<br />Overrule the chair <br />Adjourn the meeting  Dismiss<br />Adjourn the debate  Close without voting<br />Suspend the meeting  Dismiss for a given period<br />Close the debate  Close and Vote<br />Voting on draft resolutions<br />Voting on amendments<br />
  9. 9.
  10. 10. Formal Debate<br />Speakers’ List<br />The Main Debate<br />No time limit<br />All motions are entertained<br />
  11. 11. Informal Debate<br />Time limit<br />How to get the floor<br />Moving from Informal to Formal<br />Only possible motions:<br />going back to formal debate (Consensus)<br />extend the allocated time.<br />
  12. 12. Caucus<br />Form of diplomatic negotiation<br />Extreme informality<br />Moving from Formal to Caucus<br />Time limited<br />No motions <br />
  13. 13.
  14. 14. Procedural Voting<br />Voting on procedural matters<br />Example<br />Motion to move to an informal debate<br />Motion to vote on a draft resolution<br />In order of Precedence<br />Requires 2/3 majority to pass<br />Yes or no- no abstentions<br />Observers<br />
  15. 15. Substantive Voting<br />Voting on matters of substance<br />Example<br />Voting on Amendments<br />Voting on a draft resolution<br />Requires 50%+1 to pass<br />Yes or no or abstain<br />
  16. 16. During Voting..<br />No more points shall be entertained<br />Delegates shall refrain from side talks<br />Ushers shall refrain from note passing<br />All doors are sealed<br />
  17. 17. Types of papers<br />Working Paper<br />Draft Resolution<br />Resolution<br />
  18. 18. Voting on a Draft Resolution<br />
  19. 19. Voting on Amendments<br />Friendly Amendments<br />Automatically Adopted<br />Unfriendly Amendments<br />Voted upon from most destructive to least destructive<br />Entire process is repeated for each amendment<br />Draft resolution is read out<br />
  20. 20. Points Pertaining to Voting<br />Roll Call Automatically Adopted<br />Clause by Clause  Procedural<br />Withdrawal from Sponsoprship<br />
  21. 21. Diplomatic Behavior<br />Formal dress code<br />
  22. 22. Diplomatic Behavior <br />English<br />No side talks<br />No eating<br />Misusing Messages<br />
  23. 23. Diplomatic Warnings<br />
  24. 24. Questions<br />
  25. 25. Diagram of the general Flow of debate<br />Adopting <br />Agenda<br />Progress<br />Quorum<br />Opening <br />Speeches<br />Formal Debate<br />(Speakers’ List)<br />Caucus<br />Informal<br />Debate<br />M<br />M<br />M<br />M<br />M<br />Close<br />& Vote<br />Adjourned<br />Suspend<br />
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