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2016-10-06 16:14 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Debate on the Standing Orders and Procedure, Order of precedence, Parliamentary reform, Standing Orders of the House of Commons,

Affaires émanant des députés, Débats exploratoires, Ordre de priorité, Projets de loi émanant des députés, Réforme parlementaire, Règlement de la Chambre des communes,

That is an interesting idea from my old boss, Mr. Speaker.

The idea of members only being on the order of precedence if they already have a bill would certainly force people to think about it right from the get-go if they actually want to get involved in the process. With respect to how it would work, I am not sure how it would go. It is an idea that I am looking forward to discussing properly along with the 4,716 or so ideas we have received today.

Monsieur le Président, mon ancien patron propose une idée intéressante.

Si seuls les députés qui ont déjà proposé un projet de loi étaient inscrits dans l'ordre de priorité, les gens seraient forcés de se demander dès le départ s'ils veulent participer ou non au processus. Par contre, je ne sais pas trop quel serait le mode de fonctionnement. J'ai hâte que nous puissions discuter adéquatement de cette idée et des quelque 4 716 autres qui ont été présentées aujourd'hui.

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Posted at 13:26 on October 06, 2016

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