Sometimes Parliament can leave, vary or fill the rules it has enacted for itself. Where Parliament has made substantial or permanent changes to its procedures or practices, it has generally made a request preceded by notification; On the other hand, ad hoc amendments are often made by seeking the agreement of all Members present in this House at the time of the abandonment of rules or practices. Such a suspension of the usual rules or practices is obtained by the so-called “unanimous consent.387 If unanimous approval is obtained, the President shall ensure that no votes are raised in the opposition; If there is only one dissenting vote, there can be no unanimity.388 If Parliament proceeds unanimously, it is recorded in the official minutes 389 If many rules are to be suspended or amended at the same time, confusion is avoided by ensuring that the request in question specifies how the Assembly should proceed.390 The second rule provides that this is the case. , a minister can: if, during a sitting of Parliament, at any time, unanimous approval of a routine application is denied, without notice during the routine procedure (under “requests”), ask the spokesperson to propose the question of the application.419 This request may be made later at the same meeting or at a subsequent meeting of the Assembly.420 The question will be asked immediately without debate or amendment to the application.421 If the request is made later.421 If the question is raised immediately.421 If the request is raised.421 If the request is made later in the same meeting or at a subsequent meeting of the Assembly.420 The question will be asked immediately without debate or amendment to the application.421 If the request is made 25 or more MPs oppose the request. , it is considered withdrawn; Otherwise, it will be accepted.422 Routine applications to which this process applies include requests for: cf. z.B. Debates, May 18, 1983, 25550; June 6, 2013, p. 17880 (unanimously approved, as a minister submitted the application and was considered to be spoken). For example, the adoption of legislation unanimously does not require that every member of a legislative power, a majority of members or even a quorum of representatives be present to vote.  The unanimous compliant opinion simply assumes that no representative of those present requested a registered vote or requested a quorum review. For this reason, the assertion that a law was passed “unanimously” if passed by “unanimous approval” may be misleading as to its level of assistance.  The unanimous approval agreements put the order and structure in place and speed up the legislative process.