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The Role of Political Parties in Legislative process

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Petra Valastinova

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Transcript of The Role of Political Parties in Legislative process

96 amendments prepared and filed,
12 amendments prepared, but not filed
every Bill could have been changed
regulated by the Resolution of the National Council,
MP has a specific sum of money for the costs of the office and the assistants


assistant may not be a MP´s relative
self-employed person, not the employee of the Chancellery of the National Council

ASSISTANTS
TO MEMBER
OF PARLIAMENT
Regional Political Academy
for Social Democrats 2014

13 - 15 June 2014
Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina

JUDr. Petra Valaštínová

for more information please contact me at:
petra.valastinova@gmail.com
The Role of Political Parties in Legislative Process
The National Council
minimum MPs
may associate in
CAUCUSE
MEMBERS
OF PARLIAMENT
CIVIL

SERVANTS

MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT
Right to initiate legislation
Right to
The right to request information
besides government and committees
power to propose a new bill
a bill is carried out in three readings
compliance with the Constitution, constitutional statues, Europeal Law, international treaties, other statutes
in 2013 - 355 Bills were proposed
RAISE INTERPELLATIONS
qualified question by MP adressed to
a) Government
b) a Minister of Government
c) a Head of Central Body of State administration other than a Minister
QUESTION
HOUR
Government
113
MPs
241
Committee
1
APPROVED
137
Bills proposed in 2013
1,57 a day!
MPs are entitled to ask questions in written form to:
1) members of the Government
2) Prosecutor General
3) Chairman of the Supreme Audit Office
drawn by lot

information from state organs necessary for work of MP
under approval of a committee as only committee may carry out the parliamentary survey

The right to have
an assistant
Legislative Team
Bills
AMENDMENTS
INTERPELLATIONS
OTHER
LEGAL ISSUES
analysis
researches
submissions
CITIZENS
121
answers
government procedure
legislative
proposals
8 interpellations in 2012
46 interpellations in 2013
mostly:
Min of Foreign Affairs and European issues
Min of Finance
petra.valastinova@gmail.com
discussed in general debate
MP may raise any issue of public interest for discussion
oral interpellation + written form
first 15 min - only Prime Minister
not answered immediately = answered in writing within 30 days
of the Slovak Republic
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