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Agenda of the 8th Working Week
of the 8th Session of the 11th Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 15 November at 3:00 p.m.
 
            Replies to interpellations
 
1.         Remuneration of supervisors
Submitted by
Marek Strandberg, Valdur Lahtvee, Aleksei Lotman, Toomas Trapido, Maret Merisaar, Mart Jüssi
Reply by
Minister of Education and Research Tõnis Lukas
 
2.         Türi College
Submitted by
Jaanus Marrandi, Jaan Õunapuu, Sven Mikser, Karel Rüütli
Reply by
Minister of Education and Research Tõnis Lukas
 
3.         Rise of the electricity price
Submitted by
Toomas Varek, Aivar Riisalu, Kalev Kallo, Kadri Simson, Lembit Kaljuvee
Reply by
Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications Juhan Parts
 
4.         Problems with public procurements within the area of administration of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
Submitted by
Toomas Varek, Tiit Kuusmik, Valeri Korb, Helle Kalda, Aivar Riisalu, Arvo Sarapuu, Jaak Aab, Kalev Kallo
Reply by
Minister of Economic Affairs and Communications Juhan Parts
 
5.         Health of inhabitants of islands
Submitted by
Kalle Laanet, Tiit Kuusmik, Lembit Kaljuvee, Toivo Tootsen, Ain Seppik, Inara Luigas, Eldar Efendijev, Nelli Privalova, Jüri Ratas, Rein Ratas
Reply by
Minister of Social Affairs Hanno Pevkur
 
6.         The amount of subsistence benefit
Submitted by
Heimar Lenk, Jaak Aab, Marika Tuus, Kadri Simson, Vladimir Velman
Reply by
Minister of Social Affairs Hanno Pevkur
 
7.         The amount of subsistence benefit
Submitted by
Heimar Lenk
Reply by
Minister of Social Affairs Hanno Pevkur
 
8.         Unemployment and transportation of the unemployed to the Unemployment Insurance Fund
Submitted by
Kadri Simson, Helle Kalda, Lauri Laasi, Valeri Korb, Tiit Kuusmik, Inara Luigas
Reply by
Minister of Social Affairs Hanno Pevkur
 
9.         Application for funds from the European Union Globalisation Fund
Submitted by
Marika Tuus, Lauri Laasi, Valeri Korb, Inara Luigas, Tiit Kuusmik, Evelyn Sepp
Reply by
Minister of Social Affairs Hanno Pevkur
 
            Unscheduled statements
 
Tuesday, 16 November at 10:00 a.m.
 
1.         Bill on Ratification of the Protocol on Amendments to the Protocol on the Transitory Provisions of the Treaty on European Union, the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (807 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Ene Kaups
 
2.         Transformation of Debts and Debt Protection Bill (743 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Ken-Marti Vaher
 
3.         Bill on Amendments to the Fishing Act (798 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Kalle Palling
 
4.         Bill on Amendments to the State Assets Act (783 SE)
First reading
Reports by
Marko Mihkelson,
Urmas Klaas
 
5.         Bill on Amendments to the Value Added Tax Act (795 SE)
First reading
Reports by
Kadri Simson,
Margus Tsahkna
 
6.         Bill on Amendments to § 5 of the Citizenship Act (796 SE)
First reading
Reports by
Representative of initiators,
Mart Nutt
 
7.         825 SE Bill on Amendments to the Nature Conservation Act and the Building Act (825 SE)
First reading
Reports by
Mark Soosaar,
Mart Jüssi
 
Wednesday, 17 November at 2:00 p.m.
 
1.         Transformation of Debts and Debt Protection Bill (743 SE)
Third reading in case the second reading is concluded on Tuesday
 
2.         Assistant Police Officers Bill (633 SE)
Resumption of second reading
Report by
Ken-Marti Vaher
 
3.         State Budget of 2011 Bill (822 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Taavi Rõivas
 
4.         Bill on Amendments to the Taxation Act (802 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Taavi Rõivas
 
5.         Bill on Amendments to the Broadcasting Act, the Code of Criminal Procedure, the Code of Civil Procedure and the Law of Obligations Act (656 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Robert Antropov
 
6.         Bill on Amendments to the Value Added Tax Act (797 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Tarmo Mänd
 
Thursday, 18 November at 10:00 a.m.
 
1.         Bill on Amendments to the Fishing Act (798 SE)
Third reading in case the second reading is concluded on Tuesday
 
2.         Bill on Amendments to the Taxation Act (802 SE)
Third reading in case the second reading is concluded on Wednesday
 
3.         Matter of significant national importance: Health of the Estonian population
Report by
Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee Urmas Reinsalu;
Minister of Social Affairs Hanno Pevkur;
Representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Estonia Jarno Habicht
 
4.         Bill on Amendments to the Code of Criminal Procedure and Other Acts (286 SE)
Second reading
Report by
Ken-Marti Vaher
 
5.         Bill on Amendments to the Forest Act (843 SE)
First reading
Reports by
Jaanus Tamkivi,
Katrin Karisma-Krumm
 
6.         Bill on Amendments to the State Funeral Benefits Act and § 15 of the Value Added Tax Act (786 SE)
First reading
Reports by
Mai Treial,
Inara Luigas
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