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Yes, filibustering should be allowed, but the chair of the parliament should have a right to terminate it whenever he or she sees fit.

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Yes, all forms of filibustering should be allowed, and the chair of the parliament has no right to terminate it.

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No, filibustering should not be allowed, and the chairman should have the right to evict ant members of the parliament who appear to be engaging in such a practice.

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No, filibustering should not be allowed, and there ought to be regulations on how often a member or his party can speak so as to prevent filibustering.

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Diqiucun_Cunmin says2016-07-06T16:52:35.1941071Z
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Vox_Veritas says2016-07-06T19:39:43.4257540Z
That sounds a bit dangerous. What if the "chair of the parliament" is biased and judges any member for the opposition party who stands up and speaks for any length of time as being guilty of filibustering?
Diqiucun_Cunmin says2016-07-07T09:41:57.3429926Z
@Vox: That's a good point. Most of the time, I think the chair can exercise his best judgement and make the right decision, since it will be obvious if he's just suppressing the opposition, but there definitely are problematic grey areas.

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