Amendment Of The Rules Of Procedure Act 1975

Original Language Title: Änderung des Geschäftsordnungsgesetzes 1975

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132. Federal law that modifies the Federal law on the rules of procedure of the National Council (rules of Procedure Act 1975)


The National Council has decided:

The Federal law on the rules of procedure of the National Council (rules of Procedure Act 1975), Federal Law Gazette No. 410/1975, amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 131/2013, is amended as follows:


1. in article 23, para. 3, the phrase is in the 2nd movement "those templates to be submitted by the National Council documents, reports, information" is replaced by "those of the National Council to submit templates, documents, reports, information".

2. § 32f para 1 3 sentence reads:

"The provisions relating to the Organization and the procedure of committees apply to the standing sub-committees as well as section 34 para. 5 and § 41 para 2, where in the following and in §§ 32 g otherwise up to 32 k."

3. paragraph 91 section 1:

"(1) requests that a representative of the Federal Government or one of its members want to set, are to the President in writing with at least four copies. You must be with the hand used in signatures of at least 5 members of the questioners included, provided and shall be communicated to the respondent by the Parliament direction."

4. § 91a para 1 is as follows:

"(1) requests that a member of Parliament to the President of the Court of Auditors will establish, are to give the President of the National Council. "This question right is subject to the items of the sphere of competence of the President of the Court of Auditors, as far as they the financial management within the meaning of the federal budget, the service prerogative within the meaning of article 125 par. 3 B-VG and the organisation of the Court of Auditors within the meaning of § 26 para 2 Court Act concern."