Today at Parliament
The Parliamentary Bureau
The Parliamentary Bureau attends to and decides on the administrative and inner functions of Parliament.
The Parliamentary Bureau is chaired by the Speaker of Parliament and is composed of the two Deputy Speakers of Parliament, two secretaries for the Parliamentary budget and four other secretaries. The composition of the Bureau is decided through open voting by Parliament in plenary session and represents, as far as is possible, the political composition of Parliament.
The Bureau decides on the Parliamentary budget, according to the proposal of the secretaries for the budget; the organization of the services of Parliament according to the proposal of the Secretary-General, legal and economic status of the personnel of Parliament, as well as on the complaints regarding the establishment of parliamentary groups or complaints on the composition of Parliamentary standing committees.
The Parliamentary Bureau, according to the proposal of the Speaker of Parliament, appoints the Secretary-General out of three candidates, according to civil service legislation.
The Parliamentary Bureau approves the annual report of the activities of Parliament and decides on its publication
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