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In Canada, for example, Parliament uses House of Commons Procedure and Practice as its primary procedural authority.

In French-speaking Canada, commonly used rules of order for ordinary societies include Victor Morin's Procédures des assemblées délibérantes (commonly known as the Code Morin) and the Code CSN.

Legislative assemblies in all countries, because of their nature, tend to have a specialized set of rules that differ from parliamentary procedure used by clubs and organizations.

In the United Kingdom, Thomas Erskine May's Treatise on the Law, Privileges, Proceedings and Usage of Parliament (often referred to simply as Erskine May) is the accepted authority on the powers and procedures of the Westminster parliament.

Trump responded that he'd alter those policies, but then his company released a statement telling guests no change was necessary.

In Occupied Japan, there were efforts to bring Japanese parliamentary procedures more in line with American congressional practices.

Written codes of rules govern in Italy the life of the Houses of the Parliament: on the limits beyond which these regulations cannot go, exceeding the parliamentary or political function, judge is the Constitutional Court (judgement n. Parliamentary procedure is based on the principles of allowing the majority to make decisions effectively and efficiently (majority rule), while ensuring fairness towards the minority and giving each member or delegate the right to voice an opinion. While each assembly may create their own set of rules, these sets tend to be more alike than different.

In the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other English-speaking countries it is often called chairmanship, chairing, the law of meetings, procedure at meetings or the conduct of meetings.