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Informations sur les reglement  de la Riigikogu (en anglais)

 

§ 1526. Procedure for legislative proceeding of draft Resolution of the Riigikogu containing a reasoned opinion on why a draft European Union legislative act does not comply with the principle of subsidiarity
(1) The European Union Affairs Committee may submit a draft Resolution of the Riigikogu containing a reasoned opinion on why a draft European Union legislative act referred to in the Protocol on the Application of the Principles of Subsidiarity and Proportionality annexed to the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union does not comply with the principle of subsidiarity.
(2) Upon introduction of the draft Resolution to the legislative proceeding, the Board of the Riigikogu shall designate a term for the submission of motions to amend the draft Resolution. Motions to amend may be submitted by standing committees and factions. The European Union Affairs Committee shall be the leading committee of the draft Resolution.
(3) The leading committee shall hear the opinion of the Government of the Republic. 
(4) A representative of the European Union Affairs Committee shall present a report at the reading of the draft Resolution. Members of the Riigikogu may each pose two oral questions to the presenter of the report.
(5) At the reading of the draft Resolution, a debate shall be opened, in the course of which representatives of standing committees and factions shall present comments.
(6) If motions to amend the draft Resolution are submitted, the motions shall be put to a vote, having regard to the provisions of § 106 of this Act. Thereafter, the draft Resolution is put to a final vote.
(7) The President of the Riigikogu shall forward the Resolution of the Riigikogu promptly after signing to the relevant European Union institution.
[RT I 2010, 28, 144 - entered into force 14.06.2010]

§ 1527. Procedure for legislative proceeding of draft Resolution of the Riigikogu containing a request to the Government of the Republic to file an action at the European Court of Justice
(1) A standing committee or faction may submit a draft Resolution of the Riigikogu containing a request to the Government of the Republic to file an action at the European Court of Justice concerning a violation of the principle of subsidiarity in a legislative act of the European Union.
(2) The draft Resolution must contain the text of the action.
(3) Proceedings of the draft Resolution shall be conducted pursuant to Divisions 2 to 6 of Chapter 11 of this Act, taking account of the specifications provided for in this section.
(4) The European Union Affairs Committee shall be the leading committee of the draft Resolution.
(5) The draft Resolution shall be sent to the Government of the Republic for an opinion pursuant to subsection 94(1) of this Act. The Government of the Republic shall submit its opinion in writing to the European Union Affairs Committee within three weeks as of receipt of the draft Resolution. The Government of the Republic may not decline to submit an opinion.
(6) The Government of the Republic shall organise the filing of an action at the European Court of Justice.
[RT I 2010, 28, 144 - entered into force 14.06.2010]

§ 1528. Procedure for legislative proceeding of draft Resolution of the Riigikogu to make known its opposition to an initiative taken by the European Council or a proposal of the European Commission
(1) A standing committee or faction may submit a draft Resolution of the Riigikogu to make known its opposition to an initiative taken by the European Council to adopt a decision referred to in the first or second subparagraph of Article 48(7) of the Treaty on European Union, or a proposal of the European Commission to adopt a decision referred to in the second subparagraph of Article 81(3) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
(2) Upon introduction of the draft Resolution to the legislative proceeding, the Board of the Riigikogu shall designate a term for the submission of motions to amend the draft Resolution. Motions to amend may be submitted by standing committees and factions. The European Union Affairs Committee shall be the leading committee of the draft Resolution.
(3) The leading committee shall hear the opinion of the Government of the Republic. 
(4) A representative of the initiator of the draft Resolution and a representative of the European Union Affairs Committee shall present a report at the reading of a draft Resolution. Members of the Riigikogu may each pose one oral question to both presenters. If the draft Resolution has been submitted by the European Union Affairs Committee, members of the Riigikogu may each pose two oral questions to the presenter of the report.
(5) At the reading of the draft Resolution, a debate shall be opened, in the course of which representatives of standing committees and factions shall present comments.
(6) If motions to amend the draft Resolution are submitted, the motions shall be put to a vote, having regard to the provisions of § 106 of this Act. Thereafter, the draft Resolution is put to a final vote.
(7) The President of the Riigikogu shall forward the Resolution of the Riigikogu promptly after signing to the relevant European Union institution.
[RT I 2010, 28, 144 - entered into force 14.06.2010]