2 weeks Charter only requires a quorum, not mace Inquirer |Opinion
The House of Representatives, pursuant to its rule-making power, has its own internal rules of proceedings. The Constitution, however, does not prescribe standards for its promulgation except when it contravenes the constitutional proscription on the determination of a quorum. A majority of the members shall constitute a quorum. Its capacity to transact business is established […] The post Charter only requires a quorum, not mace appeared first on Inquirer Opinion. ... more