When can the Speaker exercise his right to vote in the House?
Whenever the House desires
Only in the event of equality of votes
Whenever his party directs
The correct option is C Only in the event of equality of votes
Option C is the correct answer. Only in the event of the equality of votes, the Speaker exercises his right to vote in the House. This is because the Speaker is someone who had been elected from among the members themselves. He is inherently a member of the House himself.