Mzansi Taal


Point of Order

Interjection


It is a term of parliamentary law and procedure which refers to an interjection during a meeting by a member who does not have the floor, to call the attention of the chair to an alleged violation or breach of the assembly’s or meeting’s rules of order.

The regular use of “Point Of Orders” by political party EFF in parliament has lead many South Africans to use the term in various other situations with with their peers.


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