point of order


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point of order

a question raised in a meeting or deliberative assembly by a member as to whether the rules governing procedures are being breached
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However, MMA's Inayatullah was adamant and urged the chair to allow him to speak on a point of order which was denied by the Chair.
Speaking on the point of order, Shah said, "This is an insult to the post of prime minister.
At first, they advised the chair to reject a point of order sought by PML-N's Sami Ullah Khan, and later, by Sheikh Alauddin of the same party.
Shireen Mazari, MNA from PTI said on her point of order that our rulers are having mentality of slavery.
Kelly raised a point of order on the issue yesterday, asking if the legal advice the presiding officer had been given on the matter was open to challenge.
Speaking on a Point of Order, FATA MNA Jamaluddin said that the lawmakers belonging to FATA were protesting for the last few days for pressing their demands.
First, a budget resolution that would decrease the Social Security surplus is subject to a point of order in the Senate under Section 301(i) of the Budget Act.
Theresa May, in response to a point of order, told the Commons the Cabinet Office was investigating how documents made their way to the BBC last week.
Earlier, Sardar Shajehan Yousuf on a point of order said that the provincial police department of KP has nominated him, his father and other leadership of Hazara for April 12 incident, despite the fact that he was out of the country at that time.
On February 12, John Lynch-Staunton rose of a point of order to protest that the decision in the Debates of the Senate and the Journals of the Senate of the day before did not reflect what had really happened during second reading of Bill S-7, An Act respecting the effective date of the representation order of 2003.
When the House proceeding started at around 10:30am, Speaker Asad Qaiser allowed senior leader of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Raja Pervaiz Ashraf to speak on a point of order, who demanded issuance of production order of former President Asif Ali Zardari so that he could attend the budget session.
In his point of Order, Hon Madaki who was a former member of the All Progressives Congress, APC, said that there was an urgent for the House to debate the President's communication because of its importance to the future of the country