Live broadcast from the Session Hall
Plenary sittings are held on three consecutive working weeks. In the fourth week, when there are no sittings, the members of the Riigikogu work in their constituencies, and perform the duties assigned by the Riigikogu, committees or factions and other duties of members of the Riigikogu.
|Mondays:||sitting from 3 p.m.|
|Tuesdays:||sitting at 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.|
|Wednesdays:||Question Time at 1 p.m – 2 p.m., sitting from 2 p.m.|
|Thursdays:||sitting at 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.|
When do the sittings take place?
|On Mondays:||at 3 p.m., sitting of the Riigikogu begins where replies are made to interpellations. It is followed by the time for unscheduled statements from members of the Riigikogu, which lasts until no further requests for statements are made.|
|On Tuesdays:||Sitting of the Riigikogu from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.|
|On Wednesdays:||Question Time from 1 p.m to 2 p.m. At 2 p.m., sitting of the Riigikogu begins at which draft legislation introduced by the Government of the Republic is discussed and which continues until the agenda has been exhausted.|
|On Thursdays:||Sitting of the Riigikogu from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.|
On this page, live broadcasts of the public meetings of committees and the important events held in the Conference Hall of the Riigikogu can be viewed.
When issues that are of greater interest to the public are discussed, the committees hold public sittings or parliamentary hearings, where the positions of the stakeholders and specialists are explained. A committee decides to declare its sitting to be public if more than one-half of the members of the committee vote in favour of it.
Speech by Ms Kaja Kallas, Prime Minister
Speech by Ms Liisa-Ly Pakosta, Chairman of the European Union Affairs Committee
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