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Agenda
The 14th Working Week (8 -11 May 2006)
of the 7th Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly 

Monday, 8 May

1. Interpellation (no. 217) concerning the reports of OÜ Fiksor Holding, submitted on 16 March 2006 by Member of the Riigikogu Indrek Raudne
Reply by Prime Minister Andrus Ansip

2. Interpellation (No. 221) concerning the transition to Euro, submitted on 22 March 2006 by Members of the Riigikogu Henn Pärn, Tiit Niilo, Aivar Õun, Indrek Raudne, Andres Jalak and Ants Pauls
Reply by Prime Minister Andrus Ansip

3. Interpellation (No. 224) concerning the activities of the coal terminal Coal Terminal Operator AS in the Port of Muuga, submitted on 3 April 2006 by Members of the Riigikogu Andres Herkel, Peeter Tulviste, Trivimi Velliste, Helir-Valdor Seeder, Mart Nutt and Mart Laar
Reply by Prime Minister Andrus Ansip

4. Interpellation (No. 225) concerning the termination of the activities of the Pärnu Single Infantry Battalion, submitted on 10 April 2006 by Member of the Riigikogu Trivimi Velliste
Reply by Prime Minister Andrus Ansip

5. Interpellation (No. 219) concerning weapons in civil use, submitted on 20 March 2006 by Members of the Riigikogu Mark Soosaar, Peeter Kreitzberg and Sven Mikser
Reply by Minister of Internal Affairs Kalle Laanet

6. Interpellation (No. 223) concerning the improvement of research standards, submitted on 22 March 2006 by Members of the Riigikogu Trivimi Velliste, Ken-Marti Vaher, Urmo Kööbi, Avo Üprus, Olari Taal, Mihhail Lotman, Peeter Tulviste, Helir-Valdor Seeder, Indrek Raudne and Andres Herkel
Reply by Minister of Internal Affairs Kalle Laanet

Tuesday, 9 May

1. Bill on Amendments to the Electronic Communications Act, Information Society Services Act, Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and Code of Misdemeanour Procedure (800 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Resumption of second reading
Report by member of the Legal Affairs Committee Jaanus Rahumägi

2. Bill on the Ratification of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (645 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Chairman of the Constitutional Committee Urmas Reinsalu
Report by Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet

3. Bill on Amendments to the Riigikogu Election Act, Referendum Act and European Parliament Election Act (836 SE), initiated by the Constitutional Committee
Second reading
Report by Chairman of the Constitutional Committee Urmas Reinsalu

4. Bill on Amendments to the Artificial Insemination and Embryo Protection Act (835 SE), initiated by the Estonian Reform Party Faction, Estonian Centre Party Faction and Estonian People’s Union Faction
First reading
Report by Member of the Riigikogu Leino Mägi
Report by member of the Social Affairs Committee Kaarel Pürg

5. Child Support Bill (850 SE), initiated by the Res Publica Faction
First reading
Report by member of the Res Publica Faction Reet Roos
Report by member of the Social Affairs Committee Kadi Pärnits

6. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu On Amendments to the Resolution of the Riigikogu On the Formation of the State Budget Control Committee of the Riigikogu (880 OE), presented by the Res Publica Faction
First reading
Report by representative of the Res Public Faction
Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Urmo Kööbi

Wednesday, 10 May

1. Bill on Amendments to the Radiation Act and State Fees Act (853 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

2. Bill on Amendments to the Competition Act and to Other Acts Arising Therefrom (854 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

3. Foreign Service Bill (732 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

4. Bill on Amendments to the Electronic Communications Act (859 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by member of the Economic Affairs Committee Vladimir Velman

5. Bill on Amendments to the Chemicals Act and State Fees Act (855 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by member of the Environmental Committee Peeter Kreitzberg

6. Bill on Amendments to the Restrictions on Acquisition of Immovables Act (874 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Deputy Chairman of the Rural Affairs Committee Jaanus Marrandi

7. Citizen of the European Union Bill (864 SE) initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Mart Nutt

8. Bill on Amendments to the Unemployment Insurance Act and to the Republic of Estonia Employment Contracts Act (884 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Minister of Social Affairs Jaak Aab
Report by Chairperson of the Social Affairs Committee Mai Treial

9. Bill on Amendments to the Identity Documents Act and State Fees Act (879 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Minister of Internal Affairs Kalle Laanet
Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Mart Nutt

10. Bill on Amendments to the Citizenship Act, Punishment Register Act and to the State Fees Act Arising Therefrom (883 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Minister of Internal Affairs Kalle Laanet
Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Mart Nutt

Thursday, 11 May

1. In case the second reading of the Bill 859 SE is concluded on Wednesday, 10 May:
Bill on Amendments to the Electronic Communications Act (859 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

2. Bill on Amendments to the Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure and Code of Misdemeanour Procedure (599 SE), initiated by the Legal Affairs Committee
Resumption of second reading
Report by Chairman of the Legal Affairs Committee Väino Linde

3. Bill on Amendments to the Heritage Conservation Act (674 SE), initiated by Members of the Riigikogu Trivimi Velliste, Mark Soosaar and Imre Sooäär
Second reading
Report by Chairman of the Cultural Affairs Committee Olav Aarna

On Monday, 8 May, after replies to interpellations on the agenda, the microphone is open to unscheduled statements until no further requests for statements are made.

The Question Time takes place on Wednesday, 10 May from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

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