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Agenda for the 14th Working Week (6 May 2024 – 9 May 2024) of the 3rd Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 6 May

1. Draft Statement of the Riigikogu “On Declaring the Moscow Patriarchate an Institution Sponsoring the Military Aggression of the Russian Federation” (420 AE), submitted by Members of the Riigikogu Mario Kadastik, Kalle Laanet, Mati Raidma, Kalev Stoicescu, Jaanus Karilaid, Mart Maastik, Urmas Reinsalu, Annely Akkermann, Riina Solman, Aivar Kokk, Lauri Hussar, Igor Taro, Tõnis Lukas, Raimond Kaljulaid, Maris Lauri, Andres Sutt, Eduard Odinets, Marek Reinaas, Toomas Uibo, Peeter Tali, Karmen Joller, Pipi-Liis Siemann, Meelis Kiili, Marko Mihkelson, Maria Jufereva-Skuratovski, Jaak Aab, Priit Lomp, Tanel Kiik, Erkki Keldo, Andre Hanimägi, Ester Karuse, Anti Allas, Madis Kallas, Tõnis Mölder, Eero Merilind, Liisa-Ly Pakosta, Vilja Toomast, Valdo Randpere, Siim Kallas, Züleyxa Izmailova, Katrin Kuusemäe, Luisa Rõivas, Andrus Seeme, Kristina Šmigun-Vähi, Tiit Maran, Jüri Ratas, Aivar Sõerd, Kersti Sarapuu, Reili Rand, Enn Eesmaa, Eerik-Niiles Kross and Heljo Pikhof
First reading (deliberation was adjourned at the sitting on 2 May 2024)
Report by Hendrik Johannes Terras, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee

2. Written request to express no confidence in Minister of Education and Research Kristina Kallas, submitted by 22 members of the Riigikogu
Report by Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Kristina Kallas, Minister of Education and Research

Tuesday, 7 May

1. Bill on Amendments to the Riigikogu Election Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (344 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)

2. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic to find a solution to the establishment of an annex to the Estonian National Opera” (410 OE), submitted by the Cultural Affairs Committee
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Siim Kallas, Member of the Cultural Affairs Committee

3. Bill on Amendments to the State Budget for 2024 Act (389 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Annely Akkermann, Chairman of the Finance Committee

Wednesday, 8 May

1. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a proposal to the Government of the Republic on the establishment of a temporary solidarity tax for the banking sector” (367 OE), submitted by the Estonian Centre Party Group
First reading (Majority vote of the membership of the Riigikogu)
Report by Andrei Korobeinik, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Aivar Sõerd, member of the Finance Committee

2. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Appointment of the Representative of Estonia to the Control Committee of the Nordic Investment Bank” (403 OE), submitted by the Finance Committee
First reading
Report by Andrei Korobeinik, Deputy Chairman of the Finance Committee
3. Bill on the Protection of Persons Who Report Work-related Breaches of Union Law (257 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Eduard Odinets, Chairman of the Legal Affairs Committee

4. Bill on Amendments to the International Sanctions Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (332 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Hendrik Johannes Terras, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee

5. Bill on Amendments to the Food Act (378 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Urmas Kruuse, Chairman of the Rural Affairs Committee

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

7. Bill on Amendments to the Act on Introduction of Euro and to Other Associated Acts (399 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Jaak Aab, member of the Finance Committee

8. Report for 2024 by Minister of Finance on the implementation of the long-term national development strategy “Estonia 2035” (including an overview of the development trends in civil service in 2022 and 2023)
Report by Mart Võrklaev, Minister of Finance

9. Bill on Amendments to the Motor Insurance Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (400 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Mart Võrklaev, Minister of Finance
Report by Mario Kadastik, member of the Economic Affairs Committee

10. Bill on Amendments to the Foreign Relations Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (385 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Margus Tsahkna, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Report by Marko Mihkelson, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee

11. Bill on Amendments to the Security Activities Act (413 SE), initiated by the Legal Affairs Committee
First reading
Report by Anti Haugas, member of the Legal Affairs Committee

12. Bill on Amendments to the Municipal Council Election Act (387 SE), initiated by Isamaa Parliamentary Group
First reading
Report by Helir-Valdor Seeder, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Hendrik Johannes Terras, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee

13. Bill on Amendments to the Security Authorities Act (330 SE), initiated by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
First reading
Report by Ants Frosch, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Hendrik Johannes Terras, Chairman of the Constitutional Committee

14. Bill on Amendments to the Police and Border Guard Act (370 SE), initiated by Member of the Riigikogu Kalle Grünthal
First reading
Report by Kalle Grünthal, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Anti Haugas, member of the Legal Affairs Committee

Thursday, 9 May

1. Deliberation of the matter of significant national importance “Online elections – a threat to democracy”, initiated by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Group
Report by Martin Ehala, linguist and professor; editor at the Postimees newspaper
Report by Märt Põder, freedom of information and digital rights activist
Report by Martin Helme, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Paul Keres, attorney-at-law

On Monday, 6 May, 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, 8 May, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., Question Time takes place.

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