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The Riigikogu approved the agenda for the working week, which includes 29 issues for deliberation.
 

At Tuesday’s sitting, the Proposal No. 30 from the Chancellor of Justice to bring clause 5 (2)5) of the Health Insurance Act into conformity with the Constitution will be deliberated. Reports will be by the Chancellor of Justice Indrek Teder, a representative of the Constitutional Committee and a representative of the Social Affairs Committee. Two Bills will be at the second reading: the Bill on the Ratification of the Nagoya – Kuala Lumpur Supplementary Protocol on Liability and Redress to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (711 SE), and the Bill on Amendments to the Law of Ship Flag and Registers of Ships Act, the Land Register Act and the Marital Property Register Act (708 SE). 

At Wednesday’s sitting, the Bill on Amendments to the Performing Arts Institutions Act and the National Opera Act (709 SE) will be at the third reading. Ten drafts will be at the second reading: the Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Grant of Authorisation for the Establishment of the European Stability Mechanism Direct Bank Recapitalisation Instrument” (734 OE); the Bill on Amendments to the Study Allowances and Study Loans Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (728 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Social Tax Act and the Health Insurance Act (729 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the State Funeral Benefits Act (726 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the State Family Benefits Act (727 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Social Welfare Act, the Labour Market Services and Benefits Act and Other Acts (693 SE); the Work Capacity Benefit Bill (678 SE); the Fisheries Market Organisation Bill (744 SE); the European Union Common Agricultural Policy Implementation Bill (745 SE) and the Bill on Amendments to the State Budget of 2014 Act (746 SE). The Minister of Finance Maris Lauri will give a survey of the civil service report of 2013. The Auditor General Alar Karis will make a report on the overview of the use and preservation of state assets in 2013 and accuracy of the Consolidated Report of 2013 of the State and legality of the transactions. 

Ten drafts will be at the first reading: the Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Approval of the Consolidated Report of 2013 of the State” (715 OE); the Bill on Amendments to the Tobacco Act and Associated Acts (753 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Weapons Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (736 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Assistant Police Officer Act and the Traffic Act (724 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Citizenship Act and the State Fees Act (737 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Maritime Safety Act and the State Fees Act (738 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Aviation Act and the State Fees Act (740 SE); the Bill on the Ratification of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (748 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure (751 SE) and the Bill on Amendments to the Law Enforcement Act (752 SE). 

At Thursday’s sitting, the deliberation of the matter of significant national importance “Implementation of the Estonian Civil Society Development Concept” will be held. Reports will be by Member of the Constitutional Committee Rein Lang, the Minister of Internal Affairs Hanno Pevkur and promoter of volunteer activities and film producer Artur Talvik. The Bill on Amendments to the Military Service Act, the Military Service Act Implementation Act and the Health Services Organisation Act (721 SE) will be at the second reading. The Bill on Amendments to the Law Enforcement Act (717 SE) will be at the first reading. 

During the open microphone, Maimu Berg, Rait Maruste, Marika Tuus-Laul, Inara Luigas, Kalev Kallo, Etti Kagarov, Siret Kotka and Neeme Suur took the floor. 

The Riigikogu Press Service

 

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