The Riigikogu approved the agenda for the working week, which includes 17 issues for deliberation.
No interpellations to members of the Government are scheduled for Monday’s sitting.
At Tuesday’s sitting, the deliberation of the matter of significant national importance “The State Budget Strategy for 20192022” will take place. Reports will be by the Minister of Finance Toomas Tõniste, the Chairman of the State Budget Control Select Committee Aivar Sõerd, the Chairman of the Finance Committee Mihhail Stalnuhhin and the Vice-Chair of the Fiscal Council Andrus Alber.
Four drafts will be at the first reading: the Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Appointment of the Representative of Estonia to the Control Committee of the Nordic Investment Bank” (619 OE); the Bill on Amendments to the Estonian Flag Act (599 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Road Transport Act (621 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Trade Unions Act and the Collective Labour Dispute Resolution Act (604 SE).
At Wednesday’s sitting, four Bills will be at the third reading: the Bill on Amendments to the Code of Misdemeanour Procedure and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (580 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Bar Association Act, the Courts Act, the Bailiffs Act and Other Acts (583 SE); the Metrology Bill (566 SE); the Cyber Security Bill (597 SE).
Two drafts will be at the second reading: the Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Use of the Defence Forces in the Fulfilment of the International Commitments of the Estonian State in France’s Military Operation Barkhane in Mali” (608 OE); the Land Improvement Bill (524 SE).
Five Bills will be at the first reading: the Bill on Amendments to the Health Services Organisation Act and the Health Insurance Act (626 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Use of Privatisation Proceeds Act (614 SE); the Bill on the Ratification of “An Agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and the Republic of South Africa, of the other part, amending the Agreement on Trade, Development and Cooperation” (606 SE); the Personal Data Protection Bill (616 SE); the Bill on Amendments to the Aliens Act (changes to the regulation of immigration) (617 SE).
The 2017 Annual Report of the Financial Supervision Authority is scheduled for Thursday’s sitting. The report will be by the Chairman of the Management Board of the Financial Supervision Authority Kilvar Kessler.
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