Through debating motions which are not intended to have legislative effect, Members express their views on issues of public concern or call on the Government to take certain actions. Members may also move motions for the adjournment of the Council for the purpose of discussing a specific issue of urgent public importance (Rule 16(2) of the Rules of Procedure) or raising any issue concerning public interest with a view to eliciting a reply from a designated public officer (Rule 16(4) of the Rules of Procedure). Besides, Members may move motions relating to procedural matters.

Bullet Year 2017 - 2018
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BulletDebates on the following motions at the Council meeting of 22 November 2017
Bullet Establishing a comprehensive 're-industrialization' policy regime@Legend symbol denoting Originally scheduled to be dealt with at the Council meeting of 5 July 2017.
Bullet Wording of original motion
Bullet Marked-up version of amendment(s) and debate procedure
Bullet Wording of motion if amended under all scenarios - Chinese version only
Bullet Conducting a comprehensive review of labour legislation to improve labour rights and interests@Legend symbol denoting Originally scheduled to be dealt with at the Council meeting of 5 July 2017.
Bullet Wording of original motion
Bullet Marked-up version of amendment(s) and debate procedure note
Bullet Wording of motion if amended under all scenarios - Chinese version only note

note Changes in LegCo Membership
@Originally scheduled to be dealt with at the Council meeting of 5 July 2017.

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