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Riigikogu

Agenda for the 14th Working Week (10 May 2021 – 13 May 2021) of the 5th Session of the Riigikogu Plenary Assembly

Monday, 10 May

1. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Approval of the Funding of the Recovery Plan for the European Union and the Council of the European Union Decision on the System of Own Resources” (353 OE) (Majority vote of the members of the Riigikogu)
Second reading
Report by Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Minister of Finance

Tuesday, 11 May

1. Bill on Amendments to the Maritime Safety Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (284 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

2. Bill on Amendments to the Fisheries Market Organisation Act and the Criminal Records Database Act (310 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

3. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Making a Proposal to the Government of the Republic for Compensation of Days of Sick Leave from the First Day of Sick Leave” (346 OE), submitted by the Social Democratic Party Faction (Majority of the votes of the members of the Riigikogu)
First reading
Report by Riina Sikkut, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Siret Kotka, Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee

4. Bill on Amendments to the Financial Supervision Authority of Act (380 SE), initiated by the Finance Committee
First reading
Report by Erki Savisaar, Chairman of the Finance Committee

5. Bill on Amendments to the Penal Code (348 SE), initiated by the Social Democratic Party Faction and Raimond Kaljulaid, Member of the Riigikogu
First reading
Report by Heljo Pikhof, Member of the Riigikogu
Report by Marek Jürgenson, member of the Legal Affairs Committee

6. Bill on Amendments to the Rural Development and Agricultural Market Regulation Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (309 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Urmas Kruuse, Minister of Rural Affairs
Report by Aivar Viidik, member of the Rural Affairs Committee

7. Bill on the Prevention of Unfair Trading Practices in the Agricultural and Food Supply Chain (377 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
First reading
Report by Urmas Kruuse, Minister of Rural Affairs
Report by Tarmo Tamm, Chairman of the Rural Affairs Committee

Wednesday, 12 May

1. Bill on Amendments to the Credit Institutions Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (312 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading (Majority vote of the members of the Riigikogu)

2. Bill on Amendments to the State Assets Act (308 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

3. Bill on Amendments to the Communicable Diseases Prevention and Control Act (347 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

4. Bill on Amendments to the Penal Code (non-cash means of payment) (351 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Third reading

5. Draft Resolution of the Riigikogu “Approval of “The National Long-term Development Strategy ‘Estonia 2035’”” (262 OE), submitted by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Erki Savisaar, Chairman of the Finance Committee

6. Bill on Amendments to the Competition Act and Amendments to Other Associated Acts (325 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Kristen Michal, Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee

7. Bill on Amendments to the Code of Misdemeanour Procedure and the Traffic Act (216 SE), initiated by the Legal Affairs Committee
Second reading
Report by Urve Tiidus, member of the Legal Affairs Committee

8. Internal Security Development Plan 2020–2030
Report by Kristian Jaani, Minister of the Interior
Report by Jaanus Karilaid, Chairman of the Legal Affairs Committee

Thursday, 13 May

1. Bill on Amendments to the Family Benefits Act and the Employment Contracts Act (300 SE), initiated by the Government of the Republic
Second reading
Report by Priit Sibul, member of the Social Affairs Committee

On Monday, 10 May, 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 no longer than until 12 midnight.

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

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