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Državni svet

 

Selon les réponses du Državni svet slovene au questionnaire pour le 13ème rapport semestriel de la COSAC (mai 2010) (en anglais) :

 

"A) REVIEW OF REGULATIONS ADOPTED 

1. Have there been any regulations adopted by your Member State in order to incorporate the new powers that are entrusted to the national Parliaments by the Treaty of Lisbon? If so, please specify the regulations in their corresponding categories.

 

1a. Constitutional provisions

         None

1b. Legal provisions - Statutory provisions

         None

1c. Parliamentary Standing Orders

         None

1d. Other (please specify)

         /

2. If no regulation has yet been passed, is any such regulation in the pipeline? Please specify the hierarchy of the provisions that are likely to be adopted in the short or medium term (Constitutional provisions, Legal Statutory provisions, Parliamentary Standing Orders ...).

New Constitutional or Legal Statutory provisions are not planned. 

Rules of Procedure of the National Council were revised in 2008. The EU matters are regarded as standard / ordinary work of the working bodies and the National Council; therefore no new provisions are needed. 

 

"2. ENSURING COMPLIANCE WITH THE PRINCIPLE OF SUBSIDIARITY

2a. Please specify the Parliamentary bodies in charge of ensuring such compliance. 

− International Relations and European Affairs Commission

− Standing Commission

 

2b. Briefly describe the procedures involved.

 

Leaders of the interest groups and Presidents of the Commissions decide which document should be put on the agenda of the Commissions. After deliberating, Commissions propose to the College of the President which topics should be put on the agenda of the plenary session."

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