RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

XX. THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SERVICE

Article 293

The National Assembly Service shall be managed by the Secretary General of the National Assembly, who is held accountable for its work.

The National Assembly Service shall provide technical and other support for the needs of the National Assembly, working bodies of the National Assembly, MPs, the Speaker and Deputy Speakers of the National Assembly and parliamentary groups in the National Assembly, and it shall:

  • take part in preparation and organisation of sittings of the National Assembly and its working bodies, and draft reports, minutes and shorthand notes from those sittings;
  • process the texts of adopted laws and other general acts for the purpose of their publication;
  • prepare and keep the originals of laws and other general acts adopted by the National Assembly;
  • for the needs of competent working bodies, prepare a projection of the funds required for the operation of the National Assembly;
  • provide technical and other support related to the realisation of the international parliamentary co-operation;
  • prepare proposals of acts and other materials, upon requests of MPs and working bodies of the National Assembly;
  • issue verbal and written professional opinions within the competences of the National Assembly, upon requests of MPs, working bodies of the National Assembly and parliamentary groups in the National Assembly,
  • upon requests of relevant committees, forward petitions and proposals to the competent authority, informing their submitters thereof;
  • collect, process, keep and issue for the use and exchange, informative and documentary materials required for the work of MPs, working bodies of the National Assembly and parliamentary groups in the National Assembly;
  • organise co-operation with representatives of the public information media and provide the necessary conditions for their work;
  • perform activities related to the exercise of the status and material rights of MPs;
  • edit and issue appropriate publications of an informative character;
  • perform back-office and accountancy activities, material, financial, administrative and technical tasks;
  • perform other activities, in accordance with the law, these Rules of Procedure and other acts of the National Assembly and its working bodies.

Article 294

The order in the National Assembly building and other premises in which the National Assembly operates shall be kept by Security Service of the Ministry of the Interior, in accordance with the law and the Decision on Internal Order.

The Speaker of the National Assembly and the Secretary General of the National Assembly shall ensure the implementation of the Decision referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

Authorised public officials of state authorities may not have access to the premises referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, nor undertake any other actions, without the consent of the Speaker of the National Assembly.

Carrying weapons in the building of the National Assembly shall be allowed only to persons authorised to keep order in the building of the National Assembly, in accordance with the Decision on Internal Order.

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