Each parliamentary group is allotted time for debate and selects its speakers. The House Committee determines the debate time for each group. Debate time is allotted in accordance with the size of the group. At a minimum, each group has 10 minutes. Each group then distributes its time among, and sets the order of, the speakers. The Speaker of the Knesset sets the order of the debate among the groups according to the size of the group; speakers of the largest opposition group are normally the first to speak.