Article 122. Voting in Parliament
(1) Except as otherwise provided in this Constitution, any question proposed for decision in either House of Parliament shall be determined by a majority of the members in that House, present and voting.
(2) On a question proposed for decision in either House--
(a) the Speaker has no vote; and
(b) in the case of a tie, the question is lost.
(3) A member shall not vote on any question in which the member has a pecuniary interest.
(4) In reckoning the number of members of a House of Parliament for any purpose of voting in that House, the Speaker of that House shall not be counted as a member.
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