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Agenda for the 7th Working Week 07.03.2016–10.03.2016 
of the 3rd Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 7 March

1. Interpellation concerning the apartment buildings that have been left without heating (No. 130), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Martin Repinski, Oudekki Loone, Jaanus Karilaid, Siret Kotka, Märt Sults, Olga Ivanova, Viktor Vassiljev, Vladimir Velman, Valeri Korb, Peeter Ernits, Erki Savisaar and Mihhail Korb on 18 January 2016
Reply by Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas

2. Interpellation concerning the closing down of family physician points (No. 132), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Heimar Lenk, Marika Tuus-Laul, Oudekki Loone, Andrei Novikov, Enn Eesmaa, Tarmo Tamm, Rein Ratas, Martin Repinski, Mailis Reps, Erki Savisaar, Jaanus Karilaid, Anneli Ott, Viktor Vassiljev, Siret Kotka, Peeter Ernits and Valeri Korb on 19 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Health and Labour Jevgeni Ossinovski

3. Interpellation concerning specialised medical care (No. 140), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Mihhail Stalnuhhin, Valeri Korb, Oudekki Loone, Andrei Novikov, Enn Eesmaa, Rein Ratas, Erki Savisaar, Anneli Ott, Viktor Vassiljev, Peeter Ernits, Kadri Simson, Märt Sults, Kersti Sarapuu and Vladimir Velman on 27 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Health and Labour Jevgeni Ossinovski

4. Interpellation concerning the 9 million deficit of the Estonian Health Insurance Fund and the future of health services (No. 146), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Raivo Põldaru, Martin Helme, Henn Põlluaas, Mart Helme, Jaak Madison, Uno Kaskpeit and Arno Sild on 8 February 2016
Reply by Minister of Health and Labour Jevgeni Ossinovski

5. Interpellation concerning the designation of state cultural awards (No. 143), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Krista Aru, Külliki Kübarsepp, Andres Ammas, Monika Haukanõmm, Ain Lutsepp, Andres Herkel, Jüri Adams and Artur Talvik on 28 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Culture Indrek Saar

6. Interpellation concerning the future of oil shale in the light of the Paris Climate Agreement (No. 151), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Valeri Korb, Vladimir Velman, Dmitri Dmitrijev, Enn Eesmaa, Tarmo Tamm, Rein Ratas, Erki Savisaar, Martin Repinski, Jaanus Karilaid, Aadu Must, Mihhail Korb, Kadri Simson, Peeter Ernits, Märt Sults and Mihhail Stalnuhhin on 11 February 2016
Reply by Minister of the Environment Marko Pomerants

7. Interpellation concerning e-elections and e-voters (No. 141), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Peeter Ernits, Toomas Vitsut, Kadri Simson, Marika Tuus-Laul, Heimar Lenk, Märt Sults, Kersti Sarapuu, Mihhail Stalnuhhin, Valeri Korb, Vladimir Velman, Oudekki Loone, Enn Eesmaa, Tarmo Tamm, Rein Ratas, Erki Savisaar, Anneli Ott and Viktor Vassiljev on 27 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Justice Urmas Reinsalu

8. Interpellation concerning the children who fail to comply with the obligation to attend school (No. 131), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Märt Sults, Kersti Sarapuu, Mihhail Stalnuhhin, Enn Eesmaa, Rein Ratas, Olga Ivanova, Martin Repinski, Erki Savisaar, Jaanus Karilaid, Anneli Ott, Aadu Must, Viktor Vassiljev, Siret Kotka, Mihhail Korb, Peeter Ernits, Mailis Reps and Valeri Korb on 18 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Education and Research Jürgen Ligi

9. Interpellation concerning the organisation of adult vocational training (No. 133), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Krista Aru, Andres Herkel, Artur Talvik, Monika Haukanõmm, Ain Lutsepp, Külliki Kübarsepp and Andres Ammas on 19 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Education and Research Jürgen Ligi

10. Interpellation concerning the situation Ida-Virumaa (No. 142), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Mihhail Korb, Siret Kotka, Viktor Vassiljev, Jaanus Karilaid, Martin Repinski, Olga Ivanova, Rein Ratas, Tarmo Tamm, Enn Eesmaa, Oudekki Loone, Valeri Korb, Kersti Sarapuu, Peeter Ernits and Dmitri Dmitrijev on 28 January 2016
Reply by Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kristen Michal

11. Interpellation concerning the future of railway sector (No. 144), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Mihhail Korb, Peeter Ernits, Toomas Vitsut, Mailis Reps, Kadri Simson, Märt Sults, Kersti Sarapuu, Mihhail Stalnuhhin, Valeri Korb, Vladimir Velman, Oudekki Loone, Andrei Novikov, Dmitri Dmitrijev, Enn Eesmaa, Tarmo Tamm, Rein Ratas, Martin Repinski, Erki Savisaar, Anneli Ott, Jaanus Karilaid, Aadu Must and Viktor Vassiljev on 8 February 2016
Reply by Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kristen Michal

Tuesday, 8 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Anti-corruption Act (143 SE), initiated by the Constitutional Committee
Second reading
Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Andres Anvelt

2. Bill on Amendments to the Nature Conservation Act (155 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Chairman of the Environment Committee Rainer Vakra

3. Bill on Amendments to the Public Transport Act (159 SE), initiated by members of the Riigikogu Deniss Boroditsh and Urve Palo
Second reading
Report by member of the Economic Affairs Committee Ken-Marti Vaher

4. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Increasing of the Reserve Capital of Eesti Pank” (183 OE), submitted by the Finance Committee
First reading
Report by Chairman of the Finance Committee Remo Holsmer

5. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a Proposal to the Government of the Republic” (147 OE), submitted by the Estonian Centre Party Faction
First reading (Majority vote of the members of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu Olga Ivanova
Report by Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee Aivar Kokk

6. Bill on Amendments to § 403¹ of the Law of Obligations Act (106 SE), initiated by the Estonian Centre Party Faction
First reading
Report by Member of the Riigikogu Olga Ivanova
Report by member of the Legal Affairs Committee Valdo Randpere

Wednesday, 9 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Railways Act and the Public Transport Act (129 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

2. Report on the implementation of “Development Objectives of Criminal Policy until 2018” in 2015
Report by Minister of Justice Urmas Reinsalu

3. Bill on Amendments to § 34 of the National Defence Act (182 SE), initiated by the National Defence Committee
Second reading
Report by Chairman of the National Defence Committee Marko Mihkelson

4. Bill on Amendments to the Penal Code and Amendments to Other Associated Acts which Increases Fine Unit (146 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by member of the Legal Affairs Committee Raivo Aeg

5. Bill on Amendments to the Medicinal Products Act and the Health Insurance Act (154 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by member of the Social Affairs Committee Liina Kersna

6. Bill on Amendments to the Act on Granting International Protection to Aliens and Other Associated Acts (81 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Mart Nutt

7. Bill on the Ratification of the Agreement between the Republic of Estonia and Australia on Social Security (180 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Minister of Social Protection Margus Tsahkna
Report by member of the Social Affairs Committee Helmen Kütt

8. Bill on Amendments to the Aviation Act (161 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kristen Michal
Report by member of the Economic Affairs Committee Jaanus Marrandi

Thursday, 10 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Public Transport Act (159 SE), initiated by members of the Riigikogu Deniss Boroditsh and Urve Palo
Third reading in case the second reading is concluded

2. Bill on Amendments to the Anti-corruption Act (143 SE), initiated by the Constitutional Committee
Third reading in case the second reading is concluded

On Monday, 7 March, after replies to interpellations on the agenda, the microphone will be open to unscheduled statements until no further requests for statements are made.

On Wednesday, 9 March, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., Question Time will take place.

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