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Agenda for the 9th Working Week 20.03.2017—23.03.2017 of the 5th Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 20 March

1. Interpellation concerning the justified wish of villages to change their local government affiliation (No. 317), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Külliki Kübarsepp, Andres Herkel, Ain Lutsepp, Krista Aru, Artur Talvik, Monika Haukanõmm, Andres Ammas and Jüri Adams on 20 February 2017
     Reply by Chancellor of Justice Ülle Madise

2. Interpellation concerning allowing exceptions in transition to instruction in Estonian for schools where Russian is the language of instruction (No. 307), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Henn Põlluaas, Martin Helme, Mart Helme, Uno Kaskpeit, Jaak Madison, Raivo Põldaru and Arno Sild on 13 February 2017
     Reply by Minister of Education and Research Mailis Reps

3. Interpellation concerning school network (No. 314), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Jürgen Ligi, Yoko Alender, Ants Laaneots, Deniss Borodich, Jüri Jaanson, Lauri Luik, Kalle Laanet, Urmas Kruuse, Valdo Randpere, Igor Gräzin, Hanno Pevkur, Liina Kersna, Maris Lauri and Heidy Purga on 15 February 2017
     Reply by Minister of Education and Research Mailis Reps

4. Interpellation concerning meeting the proposals submitted to the Government of the Republic in the interim report on the implementation of “The Development Plan of the Estonian Language 2011–2017” (Tallinn 2015) (No. 331), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Krista Aru, Külliki Kübarsepp, Andres Ammas, Artur Talvik, Jüri Adams, Ain Lutsepp and Andres Herkel on 14 March 2017
     Reply by Minister of Education and Research Mailis Reps

5. Interpellation concerning the future of the Estonian border guard (No. 306), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Ain Lutsepp, Külliki Kübarsepp, Jüri Adams, Andres Herkel, Andres Ammas, Krista Aru, Artur Talvik and Monika Haukanõmm on 9 February 2017
     Reply by Prime Minister Jüri Ratas

6. Interpellation concerning failures of administrative reform in Pärnumaa (No. 310), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Andres Herkel, Külliki Kübarsepp, Krista Aru, Andres Ammas, Monika Haukanõmm, Jüri Adams, Artur Talvik and Ain Lutsepp on 13 February 2017
     Reply by Prime Minister Jüri Ratas

7. Interpellation concerning a potential situation in conflict with the Constitution of the Republic of Estonia in the elections of the Riigikogu in 2019 after the end of administrative reform (No. 312), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Martin Helme, Henn Põlluaas, Jaak Madison, Raivo Põldaru and Arno Sild on 14 February 2017
     Reply by Prime Minister Jüri Ratas

8. Interpellation concerning making entries concerning same-sex marriages in the population register (No. 298), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Martin Helme, Henn Põlluaas, Mart Helme, Raivo Põldaru, Uno Kaskpeit and Arno Sild on 25 January 2017
     Reply by Minister of Justice Urmas Reinsalu

Tuesday, 21 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Packaging Act (358 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    Third reading

2. Bill on Amendments to the Railways Act and the Public Transport Act (398 SE), initiated by the Economic Affairs Committee
    First reading
    Report by member of the Economic Affairs Committee Erki Savisaar

Wednesday, 22 March

1. Bill on Amendments to the Securities Market Act and the Financial Supervision Authority Act (359 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    Third reading (Majority vote of the members of the Riigikogu)

2. Bill on Amendments to the Commercial Code and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (location of legal person and its management board or the body substituting therefor) (347 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    Second reading
    Report by member of the Legal Affairs Committee Urve Tiidus

3. Bill on Amendments to the Citizen of the European Union Act and the Equal Treatment Act (189 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    Second reading
    Report by member of the Constitutional Committee Mart Nutt

4. Bill on Amendments to the Liquid Fuel Act (361 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    Second reading
    Report by Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee Aivar Kokk

5. Bill on Amendments to the Electricity Market Act (290 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    Second reading
    Report by Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee Aivar Kokk

6. Bill on Amendments to § 20 of the Nature Conservation Act (373 SE), initiated by the Environment Committee
    Second reading
    Report by Chairman of the Environment Committee Rainer Vakra

7. Bill on Amendments to the Forest Act and the Nature Conservation Act (396 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    First reading
    Report by Minister of the Environment Marko Pomerants
    Report by Chairman of the Environment Committee Rainer Vakra

8. Bill on Amendments to the General Part of the Environmental Code Act and Other Acts (397 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    First reading
    Report by Minister of the Environment Marko Pomerants
    Report by member of the Environment Committee Terje Trei

9. Bill on Amendments to the Alcohol Act and the Advertising Act (381 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    First reading
    Report by Minister of Health and Labour Jevgeni Ossinovski
    Report by Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee Aivar Kokk

10. Customs Bill (374 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    First reading
    Report by Minister of Finance Sven Sester
    Report by member of the Economic Affairs Committee Erki Savisaar

11. Bill on Amendments to the Competition Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (386 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
    First reading
    Report by Minister of Justice Urmas Reinsalu
    Report by member of the Economic Affairs Committee Märt Sults

Thursday, 23 March

Elections of the Board of the Riigikogu

On Monday, 20 March, after replies to interpellations on the agenda, the microphone is open to unscheduled statements until no further requests for statements are made.

On Wednesday, 22 March, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., Question Time takes place.

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