POL214Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Public Bill

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Bicameral legislature a legislature with two chambers or houses. Glorious revolution the series of events that led to the removal of james ii from the throne in. 1688, his preplacement by william and mary, and the acceptance of the bill of rights, 1689. Confidence chamber a legislative body (in canada, the house of commons) whose continued majority support is necessary for the government to remain in office. Caucus parliamentary members who belong to a particular party. Party discipline the expectation that parliamentary embers will vote in keeping with the position that their party has adopted in caucus. Speaker the presiding officer of the house of commons, who is responsible for applying the rules and procedures, maintaining order in debate, and overseeing the administration of the. House leaders (cid:373)e(cid:373)(cid:271)ers of ea(cid:272)h party (cid:449)ho are respo(cid:374)si(cid:271)le for their party"s strategy i(cid:374) the. House of commons, including negotiating the parliamentary timetable with other house leaders.

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