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Agenda for the 8th Working Week (11 March 2024 – 14 March 2024) of the 3rd Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 11 March

1. Interpellation concerning the funding cultural construction works of national importance (No. 600), submitted by Members of the Riigikogu Priit Sibul, Tõnis Mölder, Mart Maastik, Helir-Valdor Seeder, Urmas Reinsalu and Riina Solman on 7 February 2024
Reply by Janar Holm, Auditor General

2. Interpellation concerning the Government’s plan to close down Koidula border crossing point (No. 426), submitted by Members of the Riigikogu Ants Frosch, Siim Pohlak and Rene Kokk on 13 May 2023
Reply by Kaja Kallas, Prime Minister

3. Interpellation concerning the critical demographic situation in Estonia (No. 597), submitted by Members of the Riigikogu Vadim Belobrovtsev, Aleksandr Tšaplõgin, Anastassia Kovalenko-Kõlvart, Aleksei Jevgrafov, Lauri Laats and Andrei Korobeinik on 5 February 2024
Reply by Kaja Kallas, Prime Minister

4. Interpellation concerning the Estonia-based business activities relating to Russia during the war in Ukraine (No. 598), submitted by Members of the Riigikogu Urmas Reinsalu, Helir-Valdor Seeder, Priit Sibul, Mart Maastik, Tõnis Lukas and Jaanus Karilaid on 5 February 2024
Reply by Kaja Kallas, Prime Minister

5. Interpellation concerning the negative impacts of the car tax on families with children (No. 602), submitted by Members of the Riigikogu Riina Solman, Priit Sibul, Mart Maastik and Jüri Ratas on 8 February 2024
Reply by Kaja Kallas, Prime Minister

Tuesday, 12 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Electronic Communications Act and the Nature Conservation Act (392 SE), initiated by the National Defence Committee
First reading
Report by member of the National Defence Committee
Report by Igor Taro, Chairman of the Environment Committee

2. Bill on Amendments to the State Budget Act (391 SE), initiated by the Finance Committee
First reading
Report by Annely Akkermann, Chairman of the Finance Committee

3. Bill on Amendments to the Local Government Organisation Act (289 SE), initiated by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Timo Suslov, member of the Constitutional Committee

4. Bill on Amendments to the Government of the Republic Act (276 SE), initiated by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading
Report by Ants Frosch, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Pipi-Liis Siemann, member of the Constitutional Committee

Wednesday, 13 March

1. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to lower the VAT on foodstuffs and medicinal products to 5 per cent” (272 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Annely Akkermann, Chairman of the Finance Committee

2. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to implement effective measures to protect minors from coming into contact with pornography” (326 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Heljo Pikhof, Chairman of the Cultural Affairs Committee

3. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “The incompatibility of being a member of the Riigikogu at the same time as being a member of a municipal council” (171 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Pipi-Liis Siemann, member of the Constitutional Committee

4. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to develop a package to support people who have received temporary protection” (282 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Anti Allas, member of the Constitutional Committee

5. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Development of Measures to Increase the Birth Rate” (208 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Õnne Pillak, Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee

6. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a Proposal to the Government of the Republic to develop measures to increase the birth rate of Estonians” (283 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Õnne Pillak, Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee

7. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to draw up a comprehensive national defence development vision until 2045 and a new National Defence Development Plan until 2034 based thereon” (322 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Leo Kunnas, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Peeter Tali, member of the National Defence Committee

8. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to obligate all reservists to permanently keep at home firearms with a sufficient amount of ammunition, and to provide financial assistance to reservists for this where necessary” (331 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Leo Kunnas, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Kalev Stoicescu, Chairman of the National Defence Committee

9. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to start using the historic name of Konigsberg” (218 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Juku-Kalle Raid, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee

10. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a Proposal to the Government of the Republic to transfer the Embassy of the Republic of Estonia in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem” (325 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Maria Jufereva-Skuratovski, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee

11. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to revoke the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to close down the Consulate General of the Republic of Estonia in New York” (328 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Luisa Rõivas, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee

Thursday, 14 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Aliens Act (European Union Blue Card) (349 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Hendrik Johannes Terras, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee

2. Bill on Amendments to the Riigikogu Election Act, the Municipal Council Election Act and the European Parliament Election Act (292 SE), initiated by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Katrin Kuusemäe, member of the Constitutional Committee

3. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Formation of the Study Committee to Solve the Demographic Crisis” (324 OE), submitted by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Anti Allas, member of the Constitutional Committee

On Monday, 11 March, after all items on the agenda have been discussed, the time for unscheduled statements begins, to continue until no further requests for the floor are made, but no longer than until 12 midnight.

On Wednesday, 13 March, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., Question Time takes place.

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