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Can objection to consideration of the motion be applied in a committee?

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Dear Little Ben,
Whether Objection to the Consideration of a Question can be applied in ordinary committee?

Sorry, George. It can't be used in a committee. It is to be used only in the assembly. Why would a committee whose entire purpose is to investigate want to stop an investigation of something? I know issues can cause a great reactions among some, and may make others angry, but there are times we have to face these issues head on, bring the scary issue out from its hiding place, and deal with it. If something does cause great turmoil in a committee, then let the cooler heads prevail and someone who is good a mediating conduct the meeting.

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Question submitted by George on April 30, 2013