Proposal for the Law on Amendments to the Law on Basic Principles of Intelligence and Security Sector of Montenegro considered
President of the Parliament of Montenegro Mr Ivan Brajović adopted a decision to hold the Seventh Sitting of the First Ordinary (Spring) Session of the Parliament of Montenegro of the 26th Convocation, where the MPs will consider the Proposal for the Law on Ratification of the North-Atlantic Treaty and the Protocol to the North-Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of Greece and Turkey, on Friday 28 April 2017, in the building of the Local Assembly of the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje, starting at 14:00h.
At its Fifth Meeting, the Committee on Human Rights and Freedoms, in the extended composition, and in its capacity of responsible body, has considered the 2016 Performance Report of the Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro, submitted to the Parliament of Montenegro by the Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro, and the 2016 Status Report on Personal Data Protection and Access to Information, submitted to the Parliament of Montenegro by the Agency for Personal Data Protection and Free Access to Information. Following the discussion, the Committee unanimously supported the 2016 Performance Report of the Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms of Montenegro as well as the 2016 Status Report on Personal Data Protection and Access to Information, and it will submit the Report with Proposal for Conclusions to the Parliament thereof.
Day two of participation of the Parliament of Montenegro’s delegation, headed by President Ivan Brajović, in the Conference of Speakers of EU Parliaments in the capital of Slovakia, was marked by bilateral meetings with the President of the European Parliament, and presidents of parliaments of Slovakia, Estonia and Slovenia, and the Slovak Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The meeting of the Energy Community Parliamentary Plenum, organised by the Energy Community Secretariat, will take place in Brussels, on 25 April 2017.
At its Meeting held today, the Committee on Health, Labour and Social Welfare considered and supported the Proposal for the Law on Health Inspection.