Rules Of Procedure Of The Ombudsman, Its Commissions And Of The Human Rights Advisory Board (Geo Va 2012)

Original Language Title: Geschäftsordnung der Volksanwaltschaft, ihrer Kommissionen und des Menschenrechtsbeirates (GeO der VA 2012)

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249. rules of procedure of the Ombudsman, its commissions and of the Human Rights Advisory Board (GeO VA 2012)

I. section

Ombudsman

Organizational of Ombudsman

§ 1 (1) the Ombudsman Board consists of three members, of which each one exercising the Presidency. The chairmanship of the Ombudsman rotates annually in the order in which of the provision of article B-VG 148 g para 3.

(2) in the case of premature termination of a member of the public prosecutor's Office, the Chairperson has this immediately display the / President/President of the National Council.

(3) the matters on the basis of the allocation of business coming to the departing member of the Ombudsman become members of the Ombudsman Board left the inauguration of a new Member of the Ombudsman to the consensual care on the two in the Office; with the inauguration of a new Member of the Ombudsman on this.

(4) in the event of premature termination of the Chairperson obligations go over a Chairperson of the new, without prejudice to the provision in paragraph 2 to that Member of the public prosecutor's Office until the inauguration, which in accordance with article 148 g para 3 B-VG be the next Chairperson is provided.

2. (1) the responsibilities of the members of the Ombudsman is determined by the allocation of business under leadership of the Chairman and the members of the Ombudsman to carry out independent tasks (business units). The collegial decision-making all through the allocation of business are members of the Ombudsman to the independent completion tasks, in particular the matters listed in article 9 of these rules of procedure, reserved.

(2) in matters which are to allocate its substantive content Division of another Member of the public prosecutor's Office, each Member of the Ombudsman is entitled to a grievance review within the meaning of article 148a para 1, 2 and 4 B-VG to apply for. This decision requires unanimity of the members of the public prosecutor's Office.

3. (1) has the right to unrestricted access to all files of the Ombudsman every Member of the public prosecutor's Office.

(2) the members of the Ombudsman Board can agree without prejudice to its other rights of information in some cases to information about every process in a test procedure.

Convocation to meetings of the Ombudsman

The Chairperson has 4 (1) to convene the members of the Ombudsman Board at least twelve times per year to a session in compliance with a period of two weeks and announcing the agenda. Furthermore, the Chairperson, if it considers it necessary, may convene at any time a session. The Chairperson has to convene a session, if it requires a member of the public prosecutor's Office. In this case, the session is to convene that she held no later than two weeks after submission of the request. One/one can stimulate the convening of a meeting of the members of the Ombudsman because emergency decision-making Commission Director/Head of the Commission.

(2) the members of the Ombudsman Board are obliged to participate in the meetings of the public prosecutor's Office. In the case of absence, they have to appoint another Member of the public prosecutor's Office (§ 8 paragraph 1 of this order) with their representation. The Chairperson is prevented, their pass obligations in the long run its prevention to that Member of the public prosecutor's Office, which for the purposes of article 148 g para 3 B-VG be the next Chairperson is provided.

(3) the directors and head of the commissions are entitled to participate in the deliberations of the Ombudsman relating to its field of activity; the word is them upon request to grant. Also Director/Manager can be; invited to attend by any member of the public prosecutor's Office of who their/its Division or its / his Deputy/Deputy Advisory appropriate decision can participate in meetings even more people to the information.

(4) applications on changes or additions to the order of the day can be made by any member of the public prosecutor's Office until the beginning of the session. On such applications is to decide before entering in the order of the day.

(5) requests for changes or additions to the order of the day, that section of the public prosecutor's Office Act 1982 involve matters within the meaning of the III. will be at least one week before the meeting, except that the matter urgent treatment is necessary (request for urgent procedure). As requests for changes or additions to the order of the day can be stimulated by directors/conductors of the commissions no later than one week before the session to its area of activity, except that the matter urgent treatment is necessary (request for urgent procedure).

(6) documents, which are related to the individual items of the agenda, should will be announced no later than a week prior to the meeting to members of the public prosecutor's Office.

(7) the delivery of invitations, as well as of documents by electronic means is permitted.

Confidentiality of meetings

5. (1) the sessions of the Ombudsman are not public.

(2) all participants/participants in the meetings of the Ombudsman are subject to B-VG of official secrecy to the extent of article 148 b para 2.

§ 6. The respective Chairperson initiates the session. She/er may adjourn or postpone.

§ 7 rapporteur/Rapporteur is that Member of the public prosecutor's Office, which is responsible on the basis of the allocation of business, unless the Ombudsman decides otherwise.

Decision-making

8. (1) decisions the Ombudsman their collegial decisions. The presence of all three members of the public prosecutor's Office is required for collegial decision of the Ombudsman. The Ombudsman is but even then constitute a quorum if only two members of the public prosecutor's Office are present and the absent member of the Ombudsman in writing has entrusted one of the two other members of the public prosecutor's Office with its representation. The represented Member of the Ombudsman can apply the represented Member of the Ombudsman with regard to his voice a particular vote on the individual agenda items. Provided that no member of the public prosecutor's Office requires an oral discussion, decisions in the circulation path can be grouped.

(2) for a decision, the majority of votes is required, if not the unanimity of the members of the Ombudsman Board is required.

(3) the Member of the Ombudsman, whose understanding about the execution of a point of the agenda has found the majority has the power to add his opinion in writing the record of this meeting.

(4) the decisions taken by the Ombudsman have to be recorded in a log. The management of the Protocol is the / Chairman, who himself can operate one / a servant drawn by him of the meeting in this.

(5) the Protocol should be signed by the present members of the Ombudsman and the Secretary / Secretary.

(6) a copy of the Protocol is to send every Member of the public prosecutor's Office. There is also an excerpt of the deliberations concerning the area of activity of the commissions to provide the leaders or heads of the committees as well as the or the Chairman of the Human Rights Advisory Board.

(7) the transmission of the Protocol by electronic means is permitted.

Affairs of collegial decision-making

§ 9 (1) except for the decision-making on the rules of procedure and the allocation of business pursuant to article 148 h paragraph 4 B-VG are subject to collegial decision of the Ombudsman at any rate: 1 recommendations, period legislative proposals and suggestions of measures of supervision in accordance with article 148 c B-VG, 2. reports to the National Council and the Federal Council in accordance with article 148d paragraph 1 B-VG, 3. reports to the provincial Council, 4. applications to the Constitutional Court in accordance with article 148e , Articles 148f and 148i para 1 second sentence B-VG, 5 opinions in proceedings for review of legislation and draft regulations (§ 7 para 1 Public Prosecutor's Office Act 1982), 6 suggestions an amendment or enactment of laws (section 7 para 2 public prosecutor's Office Act 1982), 7 the appointment and dismissal of the members of the commissions (§ 12 para 2 and 4 Public Prosecutor's Office Act 1982) as well as the or of the Chairman which or whose Deputy or Deputy and other members and alternate members of the Human Rights Advisory Board (§ 15 para. 3 and 6 Public Prosecutor's Office Act 1982) , 8 establishing general inspection priorities and the formation of large regional Commission delegations to focus testing, 9 quarterly setting of the budgetary ceiling for each Commission to carry out the tasks referred to in section 11, paragraph 1, of the public prosecutor's Office Act 1982, 10 the implementation of the annual meeting of all members of the Commission, 11 decisions on proposals of the Human Rights Advisory Board to ensure of uniform procedures and audit standards (§ 14 public prosecutor's Office Act 1982), 12 proposals on which the Federal President/President on awarding of professional titles and medals , 13.

the treatment of those Affairs, whose handling has fundamental importance or can be expected beyond the impact on individual cases, 14 Affairs that should be done at the request of a member of the Ombudsman by collegial decision-making, 15 the conferral of jurisdiction to the independent registration of individual cases on another Member of the Ombudsman on request of the competent according to the distribution of business member of the Ombudsman, 16 basic Affairs of the Ombudsman , such as human resources, co-ordination, establishment of working groups and staff offices, computer-assisted data processing, further development of the Ombudsman, fundamental questions of cooperation with non-governmental organizations devoted to human rights, science and teaching, and school and other educational institutions, public relations, events in the Ombudsman, the publishing of publications of the Ombudsman, 17 voting, which Member of the Ombudsman with the function / the Secretary-General/General Secretary of the International Ombudsman Institute (I.O.I.) , that statutes has its headquarters at the public prosecutor's Office in Vienna, will be entrusted.

§ 10. The leaders or leaders of the committees can stimulate a collegial decision-making, if they are not met its proposal for maladministration findings, recommendations or suggestions by measures of supervision.

Office of the Ombudsman

§ 11. The Office of the public prosecutor's Office is divided into the divisions of the members of the Ombudsman and the Administration Office.

§ 12. The Chairman of Ombudsman and every Member of the public prosecutor's Office can transfer certain of the current agendas in the sense of a rapid and convenient business treatment while maintaining her / his authority the managers/leaders (Deputy/Deputy) of the divisions and the Director/Head of Administration Office (Deputy/Deputy) and other officials of the Ombudsman to carry out independent without prejudice to their responsibilities. An effect is to meet in collegial decision-making process and to announce the servants of the House, the members of the commissions of the Ombudsman and the members of the Human Rights Advisory Board.

§ 13. The Directors / Heads of divisions and who with the leadership of the management firm entrusted employees have to support the Chairman of the Ombudsman and resolutions collegial to prepare regularly to discuss all matters of these organs. If the matter concerns a Commission, a working group or the Ombudsman's Office, the head / the head of the Commission is to consult the working group or Department of meeting.

Business areas

§ 14 (1) any member of the public prosecutor's Office is to carry out the tasks in her/his incurring business the required number of staff annexed or to add. The assignment of staff of the Ombudsman to a Division decides on request of a member of the College of Ombudsman Ombudsman. Such a decision requires unanimity of the members of the public prosecutor's Office.

(2) without prejudice to article 148h para exercises 1 and 2 B-VG arrangements each Member of the Ombudsman with regard to him pursuant to paragraph 4 supplied staff the immediate chain of command and supervisory function from.

(3) every Member of the public prosecutor's Office can entrust the technical direction of his Division (Director/Head of Division) a / a servant/servant without prejudice to his responsibility. The order one / a substitute/Deputy is permissible. The Director / Head of Division (Deputy/Deputy) must have completed the study of law. A such entrustment can be revoked at any time. The scope of the tasks to be true on behalf of the Member of the Ombudsman of the head / the head of the Division and their / his Deputy/Deputy Division is set by the Member of of Ombudsman for a and can be changed at any time by him or her. This Ordinance shall in particular on the implementation of the fundamental decisions of the Member of the public prosecutor's Office and the related coordination and control of work to take. If not expressly otherwise decreed, the professional leadership of the Division includes the leadership of the Secretariat of the Member of the public prosecutor's Office, as well as the perception of the obligations associated with the service to the Member of the public prosecutor's Office.

Management firm

Section 15 (1) under the direct supervision and authority of the Chairperson who is the management firm the preparation and implementation of all decisions of the College or the Ombudsman / Chairman of the Ombudsman as the primary administrative organ in accordance with article 148 h B-VG in particular in the exercise of the jurisdiction of the service and as budget executive organ, as well as on the basis of which to be rendered technical and organizational assistance.

(2) the Director / Director (Executive Director/General Manager) and her or her or his or his Deputy/Deputy of the management firm must have completed the study of law. As far as nothing else has been equipped, it exercises the administrative and professional supervision over all staff assigned to the management firm.

II. section

The commissions of the Ombudsman

Tasks

§ 16. It is the commissions of the Ombudsman: 1 regularly to visit the place of detention within the meaning of article 4 OPCAT and check, 2. to observe the behaviour of the institutions authorised to exercise direct administrative regulatory command and coercive power and accompanying review and 3rd in implementation of article 16 paragraph 3 of the Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities, Federal Law Gazette III No. 155/2008 , and to prevent all forms of exploitation, violence and abuse facilities and programs that are intended for people with disabilities, to visit regularly or to check.

Number and structure

17. (1) the setting up and fixing the number of commissions, but at least six, and their breakdown by objective or regional point of view requires the collegial decision-making of the members of the public prosecutor's Office.

(2) the allocation of business of committees is governed by the business responsibilities of the Ombudsman.

(3) the formation of supra-regional Commission delegations is allowed.

Composition

§ 18. Each Commission consists of the Director/Manager and the necessary for the performance of the tasks number of other members. The number of members of all commissions has to be at least 42. A Commission shall consist of at least six members. This is to ensure a balanced representation of the sexes and an adequate representation of ethnic groups and minorities in the commissions, as well as on an independent, interdisciplinary and pluralistic composition under consideration on the terms of reference of the commissions.

Order and function of the Commission members

Section 19 (1) the appointment of the managers/head of the commissions requires collegial decision-making after a public tender and hearing of the Human Rights Advisory Board.

(2) the appointment of members of the commissions requires collegial decision-making after a public tender and after hearing of the Human Rights Advisory Board as well as the / Manager/head of the respective Commission. § 4 para 3 of these rules of procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis.

(3) all members must have the required skills and expertise and the willingness to deal with human rights issues and topics. Persons engaged in an activity which could cause doubts about the independent exercise of their function as a member of the Commission, are excluded from the order.

(4) the order of the members is carried out for six years. Every three years a new order of half of the members of all committees shall be made. Repeated may be reappointed.

(5) the Ombudsman may in writing to a member after prior hearing of the Human Rights Advisory Board and established in advance at his request if it can no longer meet the challenges associated with its function due to his health condition, if it grossly violates the obligations associated with its function or constantly neglected or engaged in an activity that could give rise to doubts as to the independent exercise of its function , recalled.

(6) a member retires prematurely, is to appoint a new Member for the remainder of the term of Office of the resigning Member.

Bias


§ 20. The managers/leaders and the other members of the Commission of the Ombudsman shall refrain from performing their function, if with regard to its task a Z 1-3 General administrative procedures Act 1991 - referred AVG reasons which in article 7, paragraph 1. In cases of doubt is a decision of the Chairperson the Ombudsman at the imminent danger / Director/Head of the Commission, who belongs to the Member about to overtake.

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21. (1) each Commission is headed by a personality recognized in the field of human rights.

(2) the Directors/Heads of a Commission responsibility for coordination of all their respective Commission's tasks and their administrative support. They have in particular: 1 the Ombudsman the seat (delivery address) their Commission to announce their respective Commission to the members of the Ombudsman to represent 2., to take part in meetings relating to 3 on their area of activity of the Ombudsman and the Human Rights Advisory Board about their invitation, visit programs for the Commission to fulfil its tasks in accordance with § 11 (1) of people prosecutors act in 1982, taking into account the General inspection priorities in accordance with the respective budgetary ceiling to create 4. , 5 about the carrying out of visits and checks outside of visit programs to decide to conduct (§ 17 para 3 of these regulations), the protocols about the visits and inspections of the members of the Commission of the Ombudsman to submit 7 6 national visiting delegations and their completeness, emitting the relevant human rights assessment according to national and international test standards of to vidieren, 8 suggestions for grievance findings and recommendations and suggestions of measures of supervision of the Ombudsman to forward , 9 sessions of their respective Commission to conduct, 10 the existence of evidence of a bias by Commission members, as well as on the creation of job or mandate arising from the activity of the Commission to carry out, 11 their respective Commission's activities with the directors/managers of the other commissions to coordinate, in particular in the selection and organization of Commission delegations for nationwide focus testing, as well as 12 to consider the statements of the members of the Commission and to confirm their veracity.

(3) any Commission elects from among its members one/a Deputy/Deputy head/head. This/these directs the Commission temporarily if the Director/Manager in particular due to illness, vacation or other tasks prevents, to perform this function itself.

Carrying out visits and inspections

22. (1) all commissions lead the visits and inspections with the required number, but at least two, by its members. The / the Director/Head of the Commission has to ensure, that the individual departments with regard to the special needs arising from the establishment to visit, are represented. For this purpose, the / the Director/Head of the Commission can consult also members of the Commission other commissions in accordance with the budgetary ceiling.

(2) the visits and inspections be carried out according to the visit programmes established by the committees to carry out their tasks in accordance with section 11, paragraph 1, of the public prosecutor's Office Act 1982 and taking into account general inspection priorities according to § 13 para 3 of the public prosecutor's Office Act 1982 and in some cases due to become known circumstances, upon request of the thing responsible for the allocation of business member of the Ombudsman or on the initiative of / Director/Head of the Commission ("ad hoc visits").

(3) the visits and inspections must not be announced. It is however to be taken into account the requirements of the operation of the institution.

(4) if needed more experts/experts and interpreters/translators can be consulted in accordance with the budgetary ceiling the visits and inspections. Decide is whether the / the Director/Head of the Commission.

(5) on each visit or review is to make a log period of four weeks and to convey the Director/Head of the Commission for transmission to the Ombudsman. All documents for the reimbursement of travel costs are the Protocol to connect.

Meetings and decisions

The leaders/managers of the commissions have section 23 (1) the members regularly, at least however quarterly, adhering to a period of two weeks and announced of the agenda and location for a meeting to invite. She/he has to convene the Commission reasoned request from the public prosecutor's Office or requested by one third of the members of the Commission immediately to a session. The delivery of the invitation, as well as of documents by electronic means is permitted.

(2) the members of the Ombudsman Board are entitled to participate in the meetings of the commissions.

(3) applications on amendments or additions to the order of the day can be made by any member of the Commission until the beginning of the session. On such applications is to decide before entering in the order of the day.

(4) the Manager/Director of the Commission initiates the session and ensures compliance with the rules of procedure. She/er may adjourn or postpone.

(5) a decision of the Commission is the presence of the / Manager/head of the Commission and required of at least half of its members. A decision of the Commission requires the majority of votes. Vote decides the Manager / Director. A decision in the circulation path is allowed.

(6) the decisions taken by the Committee are to hold in a log and transmit the Ombudsman. The leadership of the session log is / head/head.

(7) of Commission decision suggestions for grievance findings and recommendations and suggestions of measures of supervision, the Ombudsman will be reimbursed. The Ombudsman fails to proposals or recommendations of the commissions recommendations and findings of maladministration and suggestions of measures of supervision, the commissions are the reports of the Ombudsman may, (article 148d paragraph 1 B-VG) to connect comments relating to the activities of the relevant Commission.

Compensation

Section 24 (1) is due to the managers/supervisors and the other members of the commissions for the fulfilment of their tasks a compensation.

(2) the amount of this compensation salary level 2, V, of the salary law shall be governed by the salary of an employee of the service class in 1956 and is 1 for heads of commissions per year the 20,5-fache and 2 for members of commissions per visit according to the time the flat rate for full-day visits (up to 12 hours) from 21,36%, or as a half day package (visit up to 4 hours) 13,67% this content approach.

(3) with the compensation for the directors/conductors of the commissions, all function-related expenses, as well as participation in workgroups flat rate per year of employment are covered. Any secretarial and other expenses are included in this lump sum in full. Function-related compensation of the Directors/Heads of commissions paid monthly aliquot in retrospect. If the Deputy head/head of the Commission on a temporary basis the Commission pursuant to § 21 para. 3 of these rules of procedure, the / the Director/Head of the Commission for the representation has to leave the appropriate share of the flat-rate compensation for heads of commissions / Deputy head/head of the Commission for the representation.

(4) the payment of compensation for the members of the commissions is carried out after submission of the Protocol and of the documents referred to in § 22 section 5 of these rules of procedure to the public prosecutor's Office.

(5) the managers/leaders and the other members of the commissions are entitled to replacement of travel arising in the performance of the and accommodation expenses (category 3) in accordance with the regulations for federal officials.

III. section

Human Rights Advisory Board

Seat

§ 25. The Human Rights Advisory Board is established at the public prosecutor's Office.

Tasks

§ 26 (1) the Human Rights Advisory Board is whether: 1. the advice of the Ombudsman in matters of § 11 para 1 Public Prosecutor's Office Act, 1982, in particular in determining general inspection priorities, as well as the reimbursement of grievance findings and recommendations;

2. the reimbursement proposals to ensure of uniform procedures and testing standards of the Ombudsman in matters of subpara 1;

3. the advice the Ombudsman at the structural evaluation of the fulfilment of the tasks in accordance with article 11, paragraph 1 of the public prosecutor's Office Act 1982, as well as the implementation of the relevant recommendations, upon request of the Ombudsman; In addition, the Human Rights Advisory Board 4. prior to taking decisions on its rules of procedure and the appointment of members of the commissions is to listen to.


(2) the human and financial means necessary for the performance of the tasks referred to in paragraph 1 are provided by the Ombudsman.

Composition

§ 27. The Human Rights Advisory Board consists of one / a Chairman, whose / which substitute / Deputy and 14 other members and 14 alternate members. Unless paragraph 1 first sentence B-VG also for the area of land management for responsible explains at least one country of the Ombudsman in accordance with article 148i, which has to order 1982 further two members and two alternate members of the Ombudsman in accordance with article 15, par. 4 of the public prosecutor's Office Act. When ordering, the Ombudsman to a balanced representation of the sexes and an adequate representation of ethnic groups and minorities in the Human Rights Advisory Board, as well as to seek an independent and pluralistic composition of the Human Rights Advisory Board has become.

Order and function duration

28. (1) the order of / Chairman, her / his Deputy/Deputy and other members and substitute members of the Human Rights Advisory Board requires collegial decision of the Ombudsman.

(2) only persons may be appointed as members, that have the required skills and expertise in the field of human rights.

(3) the order is carried out for six years. Re-appointment is permissible.

(4) the Ombudsman may a member or alternate member recalled prematurely, 1 at his request, 2 if it can no longer meet the challenges associated with his position due to his health condition, or 3 if it has grossly violated the obligations associated with its function or constantly neglected.

The dismissal of a non-governmental organization of nominated members and alternate members, as well as the or the Chairman and the representative or the representative of or of the presiding is done in writing and justified.

(5) a member or an alternate member retires prematurely, is to appoint a new Member or alternate member for the remainder of the term of Office of the departing member or member's replacement.

Official secrecy

section 29. The Chairperson, Deputy Chairman, the other members and alternate members of the Human Rights Advisory Board are subject to the the official secrecy to the same extent as the public prosecutor's Office.

Bias

section 30. The members and alternate members of the Human Rights Advisory Board shall refrain from participating in the vote on a subject in a single session or the exercise of the function, if with regard to this subject one Z 1-3 General administrative procedures Act 1991 - referred AVG reasons which in article 7, paragraph 1.

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Section 31 (1) of the Human Rights Advisory Board derives its / his Indespensability by her or her or his or his Deputy/Deputy of the Chairperson and in the case. That or the Chairman and their / Deputy/Deputy should be acknowledged personalities with excellent knowledge of the organisation and functioning of the Administration, as well as with a scientific qualification in the field of constitutional law in the field of human rights.

(2 the coordination of all tasks of the Human Rights Advisory Board is) / Chairman. She/er represents the Human Rights Advisory Board to the Ombudsman and to the outside.

(3) to carry out individual tasks, the Human Rights Advisory Board may decide the setting up of working groups. § 32 para 2 third sentence of these rules of procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Meetings and decisions

32. (1) the Chairperson shall convene regularly, at least however quarterly, the Human Rights Advisory Board in compliance with a period of two weeks and announced of the agenda for a meeting at the headquarters of the Human Rights Advisory Board. She/he has convened the Human Rights Advisory Board of six of its members to a meeting immediately or following a reasoned request from the Ombudsman. The delivery of the invitation, as well as of documents by electronic means is permitted.

(2) / Chairman, her or her or its / his Deputy/Deputy and all other members take part at the sessions of the Human Rights Advisory Board. The members of the Ombudsman and the substitute members of the Human Rights Advisory Board are entitled to participate in the deliberations. Also may the Human Rights Advisory Board, substitute members of the Human Rights Advisory Board, staff of the Ombudsman, members of the committees and other respondents to take its deliberations. Vote are you/the presiding whose / Deputy/deputy members, and their respective substitute members of the Human Rights Advisory Board.

(3) requests for changes or additions to the agenda can be by any voting member of the Human Rights Advisory Board until the beginning of the session. On such applications is to decide before entering in the order of the day. Appropriate suggestions to change or supplement the agenda can assume alternate members.

(4) the Chairperson initiates the session and ensures compliance with the rules of procedure. She/er may adjourn or postpone.

(5) a decision of the Human Rights Advisory Board requires the presence the Chairman or their or its/his Deputy/Deputy and at least seven other members or alternate members and the majority of votes. Vote Chair decides you/he. Qualified intellectual opinions require the approval of at least five voting members of the Human Rights Advisory Board. If not five voting members of the Human Rights Advisory Board requires an oral discussion, decisions in the circulation path can be taken.

(6) the decisions taken by the Human Rights Advisory Board are to hold in a log and transmit the Ombudsman. The leadership of the proceedings of the incumbent Chairperson the, who are one / a staff supplied by the Ombudsman for the session can use this.

Compensation

33. (1) to the Chairman of the Human Rights Advisory Board, its/their / its/his Deputy/Deputy and members proposed by non-governmental organisations for the fulfilment of their tasks compensation.

(2) the amount of compensation for a work year is for the Chairperson (s) the 748-fache per cent of the monthly salary of a civil servant/officials of the service class V, salary level 2 of the 1956 salary law each year. The amount of compensation for a work year is for the Deputy / Chairman/s the 641-fache per cent of the monthly salary of a civil servant/officials of the service class V, salary level 2 of the 1956 salary law each year. The members proposed by non-governmental organisations receive compensation for a year of work in the amount of 214-fachen per cent of the monthly salary of a civil servant/officials of the service class V, salary level 2 of the 1956 salary law. The Member proposed by non-governmental organisations has to leave the appropriate share of the flat-rate compensation a replacement member for the representation in the case of representation by the replacement member.

(3) with this compensation, all expenses (excluding travel costs) are flat rate paid for a year of work. The compensation paid aliquot monthly afterwards.

(4) / the Chairman and / Deputy Chairman, members proposed by non-governmental organisations as well as for persons entitled to compensation of arising from the tasks travel costs (for foreign travel category 3) in accordance with the regulations for federal officials. In the home or the workplace is considered place of employment according to the principles of economy, efficiency and expediency.

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