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4 minutes ago, Guest Maximo Salinas said:

How many main motions may be on the floor at any one time?

The assembly may consider only one at a time.

"Rules which embody fundamental principles of parliamentary law, such as the rule that allows only one question to be considered at a time (p. 59), cannot be suspended, even by a unanimous vote."  RONR (11th ed.), p. 263 and read the cross reference to p. 59.

Edited by George Mervosh

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