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Riigikogu

Agenda for the 4th Working Week (11 October 2021–14 October 2021) of the 6th Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 11 October

Festive ceremony of the inauguration of the President of the Republic of Estonia
1. Development Plan for Culture 2021–2030
Report by Anneli Ott, Minister of Culture
Report by Heidy Purga, member of the Cultural Affairs Committee

2. Interpellation concerning the valuing and protection of the Estonian vernacular architecture (No. 82), submitted by members of the Riigikogu Ruuben Kaalep, Anti Poolamets, Jaak Valge, Henn Põlluaas, Siim Pohlak, Alar Laneman and Leo Kunnas on 31 May 2021
Reply by Anneli Ott, Minister of Culture

Tuesday, 12 October

1. Bill on Amendments to the Estonian Public Broadcasting Act (393 SE), initiated by Member of the Riigikogu Viktoria Ladõnskaja-Kubits
First reading
Report by Viktoria Ladõnskaja-Kubits, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Heidy Purga, member of the Cultural Affairs Committee

2. Cohesive Estonia Development Plan 2030
Report by Anneli Ott, Minister of Culture
Report by representative of the Cultural Affairs Committee

Wednesday, 13 October

1. Bill on Amendments to the Employment Contracts Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (361 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading (Majority vote of the members of the Riigikogu)

2. Bill on Amendments to the Product Conformity Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (372 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

3. Bill on Amendments to the National Defence Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (417 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Kalle Laanet, Minister of Defence
Report by Leo Kunnas, Deputy Chairman of the National Defence Committee

4. Bill on Amendments to the Land Reform Act and Other Acts (418 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Tõnis Mölder, Minister of the Environment
Report by Tarmo Tamm, Chairman of the Rural Affairs Committee

5. Bill on Amendments to the Electronic Communications Act, the Building Code and the State Fees Act (437 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Andres Sutt, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology
Report by Kristen Michal, Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee

6. Bill on Amendments to the Ports Act, the Maritime Safety Act and the State Fees Act (425 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Taavi Aas, Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure
Report by Annely Akkermann, member of the Economic Affairs Committee

7. Bill on Amendments to the Electricity Market Act and the State Fees Act (426 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Taavi Aas, Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure
Report by Jüri Jaanson, member of the Economic Affairs Committee

8. Bill on Amendments to the Financial Supervision Authority Act and Other Acts (422 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Minister of Finance
Report by Aivar Kokk, Deputy Chairman of the Finance Committee

9. Bill on Amendments to the State Budget for 2021 Act (431 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Minister of Finance
Report by Erki Savisaar, Chairman of the Finance Committee

Thursday, 14 October

1. Deliberation of the matter of significant national importance “How to get the price of electricity down?” initiated by the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Faction
Report by Alar Konist, Professor for Energy, TalTech
Report by Arvi Hamburg, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Member of the Estonian Academy of Sciences
Report by Martin Helme, Chairman of the Estonian Conservative People’s Party, member of the Estonian Conservative People’s Party Faction

On Monday, 11 October, after all items on the agenda have been discussed, the time for unscheduled statements begins, to continue until no further requests for the floor are made, but not longer than until 12 midnight.

On Wednesday, 13 October, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., Question Time takes place.

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