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SECTION VII:          POINTS OF PERSONAL PRIVILEGE

20.       (a) a Member may raise a Point of Personal Privilege if he or she believes that another Member has questioned his or her character and integrity. If the Speaker determines that a member has breached the privilege of another Member he or she shall direct the offending Member to withdraw his or her remarks and apologize to the House.

            (b) if a Member is misquoted and if the misquotation calls into question the character and integrity of the Member, then  the misquotation shall be subject to a Point of Privilege.