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It's about the fact that our committee now has three opposition parties. Under “Reduced Quorum”, mention is made of “one member of the opposition and one member of the government”. Given that there are three opposition parties, to which one of us would it fall?
I would like to make a slight amendment to the wording. I'll read it into the record. The new motion would read:
That the Chair be authorized to hold meetings to receive and publish evidence when a quorum is not present, provided that at least four (4) members are present, including two (2) members from the opposition and two (2) members from the government; and that in the case of previously scheduled meetings taking place outside of the Parliamentary Precinct, the Committee members in attendance be required to wait for 15 minutes following the designated start of the meeting before they may proceed to hear witnesses and hear evidence, regardless of whether opposition or government members are present.
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