The question does not appear to be Rugby orientated.
New ideas are discouraged from the seniority rule
is the seniority rule in house of representatives that prohibits amendments from the floor or provides that only members of the committee reporting the bill ay make amendments from the floor
The seniority rule ignores ability, rewards mere length of service, and works to discourage younger members.
The seniority rule functions by looking at the number of years one has been in an institution. This is an ideology that is based on hierarchical age.
Seniority refers to a giving privileges to people who have held a particular position for a longer period of time than others. An example of the seniority rule would be in government and Congress.
There have been no significant changes to the seniority rule in recent years. The seniority rule, which prioritizes individuals with longer service or tenure, continues to be a widely used practice in various industries and organizations. While there may be some ongoing discussions and debates about the effectiveness and fairness of the seniority rule, there have been no major legislative or policy changes to alter its prominence.
There isnt a particular role of seniority in the House, although in the party room seniority may have influence in things like committee selection, ministerial appointments and the like.
member of the majority party who has served on a committee for the longest period of time is that committee's chairman
Seniority rule is the tradition on the senate in which the chair of a committe is given to the most senior majority senator on that committee