ARTICLE XIV: RULES OF PARLIAMENTARY LAW
Only one topic can come before the floor at one time.
Each coming before the floor shall be freely debated.
Each member has rights equal to those of all other members.
The will of the majority shall be carried out yet the minority shall have the right to present its case.
I'he desires of the membership should be brought together in such a way that the welfare of the organization as a whole is preserved.
Parliamentary questions, when not covered by the Post Constitution and By-Laws, shall be resolved in accordance with Roberts Rules of Order (Newly revised).
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