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NTUMUN 14th ROP

2012.09.24 MUNday lecture
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Vivian Lai

on 30 October 2014

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Transcript of NTUMUN 14th ROP

ROP
the
HOW
of

mun

ROP =
Rules of Procedure
the ultimate rulebook of a MUN conference
when to start
when to speak
when to discuss
when to write
when to vote
when to pee
what to speak
what to discuss
what to write
how to speak
how to discuss
how to write
(but not how to peeXD)
what's in common?
RULES!!!!!!
Present
Present and Voting
Beginning of
every session
Countries in alphebatical order
Roll Call
Announced:
Simple and 2/3 Majority
1/5 & 1/8 of countries
Setting Agenda
Motion to
Set TopicX on top of the agenda
deciding which topic to discuss first
SECOND!!
Speaker's List
2 for
2 against
Motion for
Closure of Debate
2 speakers against
(or technical against)
SESSION BEGINS
VOTE
motions
calling out
vote
on
Closure
of Debate
FAIL
PASS
VOTE
on the AGENDA
Simple Majority
General Speaker's List
Caucus
Suspension of Meeting
Introduction of Draft Resolution
Introduction of Amendment
main component of the conference
dialogue
Raise your placard to be called by Chair
Speak when recognized/given the floor
Allowed to talk about ANYTHING
Three Points to raise
Point of Personal Privilege
Point of Order
Point of Parliamentary Inquiry
Honorable Chair, distinguished delegates...fellow delegates... esteemed committee...
The delegation...we...the United Kingdom...the delegate...
3rd Person
Interruption allowed!!
Moderated Caucus
Unmoderated Caucus
formal discussion maintained by Dais
Motion for
Moderated Caucus
Purpose
Total Time
Each Speaker's Time
VOTE
Secondary Speaker's List
Same rules as General Speaker's List
NO YIELDING
After you are done with your speech......
Yield to Chair
Yield to Questions
Yield to X delegate
random walking around, discussing, resting, peeing
Motion for
Unmoderated Caucus
Purpose
Total Time
VOTE
Lunch / Dinner Break
Calling it a day
Motion for
Suspension
of Meeting
VOTE
EVERYTHING STOPS
!!
Closure of Debate
Voting Procedure
Adjournment of Meeting
brought to you by
VIVIAN
&
EVA
Dais approves your DR and distributes it
Motion to
Introduce DR 1.X
Submitters read
Operative Clauses
VOTE
on the
MOTION
simple majority
PASS
the DR
is officially
ON THE FLOOR
can be referred to as
DR 1.X
Completed
Sponsors
1/5 Signatories
Dais approves your amendment
Motion to
Introduce Amendment 1.X.Y
Time permitting, Chair reads amendment
VOTE
on the
MOTION
not introduced
simple majority
FAIL
FAIL
PASS
2/3 Majority
Secondary Speaker's List
for
against
Motion for
Closure of Debate
2 speakers against (or technical against)
VOTE
on
Closure
of Debate
2/3 Majority
FAIL
PASS
VOTE
on the
Amendment
simple majority
Adopted and Applied to DR
PASS
FAIL
Motion for
Closure of Debate
2 speakers against
(or technical against)
VOTE
on
Motion
General Speaker's List
PASS
FAIL
2/3 Majority
where
Draft Resolutions
are VOTED upon
1/8 Signatories
Four Motions
ONLY
Division of Question
to separate a clause into annex......
TOO COMPLICATED!!!!
Reordering DR
1 resolution only--> voted first passed first -->bye bye to the rest
VOTE
on
MOTION
PASS
chair takes
ALL
motions in which different orders are proposed
simple majority
on
MOTIONs
in the order in which they are
RAISED
VOTE
1st Motion 1.1>1.3>1.2
2nd Motion 1.2>1.1>1.3
1>3>2
and then
2>1>3
simple majority
if any of the motions passes
DR will be voted upon according to the
NEW ORDER
if none passes
DR will be voted in
ORIGINAL ORDER
1.1>1.2>1.3
FAIL
Roll Call Vote
to know who voted what
count votes
follow other countries
SECOND!!
Call on countries in alphabetical order
1st Round
YES
NO
ABSTAIN
PASS
2nd Round
YES
NO
Vote by Acclamation
Chair: Are there any objections?
OBJECTION!!
DR
PASSES
(no objection)
Back to normal voting
Vote by
numerical
order
Raise
placards
and Dias counts votes
Until
one
passes; or all voted and none passes
UNLESS
Three Points
Only
closes EVERYTHING
only in order after VOTING
Motion for
Adjournment
of Meeting
VOTE
who dares vote no??
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
You've just finished your very first MUN conference!!!
Conference Documents
Working Paper
Draft Resolution
Heading
Preamble Clauses
Operative Clauses
Assigned DR 1.X by Chair
Committee Name
Topic Area
Signatories from 1/5 present countries
Introduction and Reason for this DR
Participles(V-ing)
Comma " , "
A List of Preambulatory Verbs
Keeping in mind
Noting with regret / with deep concern /
with satisfaction / further / with approval
Observing
Reaffirming
Realizing
Recalling
Recognizing
Referring
Seeking
Taking into account
Taking into consideration
Taking note
Viewing with appreciation
Welcoming
Emphasizing
Expecting
Expressing its appreciation / satisfaction
Fulfilling
Fully alarmed / aware / believing
Further deploring / recalling 
Guided by
Having adopted / considered /
devoted attention / examined /
heard / received / studied
Affirming
Alarmed by
Approving
Aware of
Bearing in mind
Believing
Confident
Contemplating
Convinced
Declaring
Deeply concerned /conscious /
convinced  / disturbed /
regretting
Desiring
Clauses with
actual effect/action
Preamble Clauses
with Participles
3rd Person Indicative Tense
Coding
1., 2., 3.,...
Verb underlined / italicized
Subclauses starting with coding
a., b., c.,...
;
A List of Operative Verbs
Emphasizes
Encourages
Endorses
Expresses its appreciation / hope
Further invites / proclaims / reminds /
recommends / requests / resolves
Has resolved
Notes
Proclaims
Accepts
Affirms
Approves
Authorizes
Calls for / upon
Condemns
Confirms
Congratulates
Considers
Declares accordingly
Deplores
Designates
Draws the attention

Reaffirms
Recommends
Regrets
Reminds
Requests
Solemnly affirms
Strongly condemns
Supports
Takes note of
Transmits
Trusts
Dizzy, aren't you?? :(
Let's PLAY......

Amendment
Heading
Operative Clause
Assigned 1.X.Y by Chair
Committee Name
Topic Area
Signatories from 1/8 present countries
Format exactly like DR
What exactly do you want to do
Can only correct
OPERATIVE CLAUSES
Last Sentence ends with PERIOD .
Semicolon ";"
simple majority
simple majority
simple majority
listed in
alphabetical order
Typos and grammatical mistakes
--pass
notes
to Dais to make corrections!!
ps. note passing & pagers
there are
MANY
motions on the floor???
Un
moderated Caucus,
Longer
time
Un
moderated Caucus,
Shorter
time
Moderated
Caucus,
Longer
time
Moderated
Caucus,
Shorter
time
DEMO
DEMO
DEMO
DEMO
DEMO
2 speakers against
(or technical against)
simple majority
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