The Speaker Of Parliament In The Order Of The Statute

Original Language Title: Eduskunnan kanslian ohjesääntö

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1987/19870320

The Parliament is on 13 February 1987, the order under section 90, accepted the speaker of the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office responsible for the tasks in the following Statute: section 1 of the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office and the Organization's mission is to create the conditions for a State body to Parliament to perform its duties.
Speaker of the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office shall be headed by a Secretary General.


section 2 of the Board of the Office of the clerk and shall consist of a Central Administration Department. In addition, the Prime Minister's Office is the Secretariat of the Committee.
The Secretariat of the Committee shall be headed by a Deputy Secretary General of the Finnish Parliament. The Central Office shall be headed by a Board of the Legislative Director. The Administrative Department shall be headed by an Administrative Director of the Finnish Parliament. Article 3 (2.12.1994/1375) Centre at the Protocol Office, the Swedish language has an Office and a document Office. (on 20 June 2000/722)
The Administration is the Administration Office, the accounting firm, a real estate office and data management office. (in case t‑348/364)
The Office of the registry of the Committee can be set up.
The Office shall be headed by an Office Manager. Information management office headed by an it Manager. As head of the Chamber, is the Deputy Head of the Office of the Prime Minister's Office, head of section or Committee by the rest of the Board of the official of the Prime Minister's Office. (on 20 June 2000/722) (10.11.2004/1191) Board of the Prime Minister's Office is in addition to the International Affairs Unit, the Security Office of the information and communication unit, as well as that of the President and the Secretary-General of the perustehtävissään directly. Information and communication unit has an internal information service, library of Parliament, and parliamentary information.
The unit of International Affairs, headed by a Vice President for International Affairs, as head of the information and communication unit of the information and Communications Director and the head of the Security Chief of the Security Manager. Board of the library shall be headed by a Board of the Library Director, head of the information service of the internal information service manager and as Chief Information Officer of the parliamentary information.


The central tasks of the Prime Minister's Office and its operating units section 5 (on 20 June 2000/722) to the plenary sessions of the Parliament of the central role of the Prime Minister's Office is to ensure the implementation of the Convention, and related to the service, the date of publication of the documents and records relating to the manufacturing and distribution and storage of documents.


Article 6 of the Protocol on the role of the Office is to draw up the minutes of plenary sessions.


section 7 of the Swedish language, the Office shall be responsible for: (producing water pursuant to the/487) 1) to translate the Finnish article 51 of the Constitution, of the documents referred to in the Swedish language; (on 20 June 2000/722) 2) to turn the operation of Parliament, other than the documents referred to in paragraph 1 of the Swedish or Finnish languages;
3 replies and statements of the situation of the Swedish Parliament) to assist in the preparation;
4) provided in the plenary and in the committees.


section 8 of the Document of the Office shall be responsible for: 1) take care of printing the documents, state date of issue sanoituksesta, the use of forwarding of the documents from the rest of the Board of the other printing jobs; (11.6.1997/634) 2) shall state the date of publication of the documents;
3) worry about the State of the distribution and storage of documents, together with the date of the Board of the Prime Minister's Office with other entities; (on 20 June 2000/722) 4) to draw up and maintain the work of the Parliamentary Affairs and parliamentary registers, as well as to deliver based on those directories; (11.6.1997/634) 5) take care of the Center's Office of common word processing services; as well as (11.6.1997/634) 6) take care of the Board of the duplication of services.


section 9 (on 20 June 2000/722) section 9 is repealed on 20 June 2000, P/722.


section 9 (a) (11.6.1997/634), section 9 (a) is repealed by the ' P ' 11.6.1997/634.


The administration of the Department and its functions, section 10 of the units of the Administrative Department will take care of the 61st session of the Organization of the meetings of the Prime Minister's Office.
In addition, the administrative division deals with matters relating to: 1) to the Board of the budget and financial management, as well as the planning of the operation and the economy; (25 February 1992/168) 2) to the Parliamentary Ombudsman's Office and the State tilintarkastajain's Office budget and accounting and payment, as well as the movement of the cooperation with those bodies; (on 20 June 2000/722) 3) and the speaker of the existing facilities and their equipment;
4) of the salary of the law (328/47) and the related measures; as well as 5) speaker of the human resource management, if it is not a matter for the Prime Minister's Office or the Secretariat of the Central Committee to be discussed.
The Department deals with the other speaker of the Management Board in the order of the things, which are not covered by the other operating units.


Article 11 of the Administrative Office shall, subject to the Chancellery, Permanent Secretary of the meetings of the Commission on the marketing of the Protocol and the adoption of Protocol statements.
In addition to the administrative office handles matters relating to: 1) stock and the purchase, use, and management of office machinery; (producing water pursuant to the/487) 2 paragraph repealed by the ' P ' in case t‑348/364.

3) speaker of the human resource management, including personnel training and internal information, in so far as it is applies to the management of the Department;
4) Agency services; as well as the management of health and safety and health at work from 5).
The Office also deals with the other management-the Department of things that do not belong to other operating units.


section 12 (on 20 June 2000/722) Account to the Office of the speaker of the Parliament as well as the Parliamentary Ombudsman and to the budget of the State tilintarkastajain's Office, the General Ledger, and the tasks that are related to the payment issued by the Board of the account in the rule (460/1988) and laid down in the financial regulation (in Finnish) is a closer look at the and the.


section 13 of the real estate Office takes care of the speaker of the Parliament buildings. (producing water pursuant to the/487)
Real estate office shall be responsible for dealing with matters relating to the use of: 1) to the Board of the real estate management and maintenance;
2) furniture care and maintenance;
3) Board of the real estate cleaning maintenance;
4) speaker of the outdoor areas of the House the man; as well as 5) the use of the equipment, HVAC and electrical service and maintenance.
(10.11.2004/1191), section 13 (a) (14 May 1998/364), the information management Office takes care of the speaker of the Parliament of the availability and quality of information technology services, as well as to coordinate the development of information systems.
Information management office is responsible to deal with matters relating to: 1) the use of information technology or information systems, maintenance and development;
2) information technology procurement, services and organisation of training; as well as the security of the 3).


The functions of the Secretariat of the Committee on Committee on article 14 of the Secretariat shall be responsible for providing secretarial services, as well as taking care of the committees, the committees responsible for preparing the agenda and related activities to assist the organization.
The institutions of the European Union for the management of relations with the Parliament, is the Secretariat of the Committee on EU Affairs, which includes the officers of the Committee, determined by the Permanent Secretary. The provisions of the EU-Office of the Council of the Secretariat to provide more accurate. (8.10.1996/752)


Other tasks of the operational units of the section 15 (on 20 June 2000/722) of the information and communication unit of the mission is to take care of the parliamentary library services, the speaker of the Parliament of the internal data and information.
Parliamentary Library serves the diet industry in providing an essential way, works as an archive, as well as speaker of the Centre as a public legal information, social information and parliamentary information and a central library.
An internal information service will take care of those who work at the Parliament in the parliamentary and other information services.
Government information takes care of the information, to coordinate information and other operational units of the Finnish Parliament to give it the necessary expert support.


section 16 (8.10.1996/752), the unit for International Affairs shall be assisted by the Secretary-General and to the President, the speaker of Parliament and the various institutions dealing with international affairs, with the exception of the operational units of the relations with the institutions of the European Union. The more specific provisions of the Chancellery, where appropriate, the tasks of the unit.


section 17 (10 November 2004/1191) in the Security Office shall be responsible for the development of the Finnish Parliament on the functioning of the security system and in all circumstances, as well as the operation of the rescue services and civil protection.


Section 18 of the Secretary-General's duties of officials of the Board of the tasks that are related to the operation of the rules of procedure is provided for in the Parliament (40/2000), article 75. (on 20 June 2000/722)
The Secretary-General shall be responsible for the 61st session of the Board of the Office of the Prime Minister's Office shall be headed by a Prime Minister's Office under the authority to direct and control activities. In this case, his task is to: 1) take care of the work of the Office of the clerk is generally required by the operational readiness, and that the activities of the Prime Minister's Office will be planned and managed in an efficient and staff placement and use of the various functions is appropriate;
2. the Permanent Secretary of the Commission) to make the necessary proposals for the development of the activities of the Prime Minister's Office whoever it considers;
3 in particular, the Secretariat of the law) to control-and the other main issues;
4 Office of the Prime Minister's Office as determined by the Commission in the present), the main nomination matters;
5) to deal with the things that the Chancellery of the quality of the Secretary-General's task is given; as well as 6) to resolve his issues to decide provided for and.


section 19 of the manager shall be responsible for:

1) manage, control, develop and plan for the Department and its activities as well as activity of their subordinates;
2) share the tasks of officials, as well as take care of affairs, alayksiköille or effective preparation and joutuisasta;
3 matters covered by the main unit) to deal with;
4 the development of the staff and to take care of employees) of the appropriate working facilities and equipment;
5) follow the overall development of the sector; as well as 6) to solve their issues to decide provided for and.


section 20 of the Deputy Secretary-General responsible for the rules of procedure of the Parliament and its addition to the article 19 of this Statute is provided for: 1) shall assist the Secretary General in his duties;
2) to take care of the overall design of the committees, guidance and monitoring;
3) to direct and control the activities of the committees assist the Secretaries of the committees; as well as (on 5 December 2003/1200) 4) to ensure, as far as possible, otherwise the technical level of the legislative work of Parliament and its development.


section 21 (2.12.1994/1375) the Director shall, in addition to what is provided for in article 19: (on 20 June 2000/722) 1) to act as a notary, the speaker of Parliament;
plenary sessions day 2) to take care of the basic preparation;
3. the Secretary-General of the Convention, relating to the plenary) assists-and the implementation of the tasks;
4) to control and monitor the preparation of the protocols as well as the speaker of the legislative work related to the preparation of statistics and records; as well as 5) to control the Board of reviewers for the preparation of documents relating to the task.


section 22 (2.12.1994/1375) of the parent of the representatives of the Parliamentary Secretary's task is to take care of the issues and initiatives carried out by the State, as well as others in the day of the receipt of the documents and the processing center on the organisation of the activities of the service towards the Office. If necessary, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of the parent he or she works.

' P ' is repealed on 20 June 2000/722.



section 23 (2.12.1994/1375) Parliamentary Secretary's role is to assist the Centre in the order of the service. In addition, the Parliamentary Secretary of the works, where appropriate, a notary, the speaker of Parliament.


section 24 of the Administrative Director shall, in addition to what is provided for in article 19:1) take care of the Prime Minister's Office, as rapporteur for the 61st session of the Commission on the Permanent Secretary of the arrangements for the meetings and actions of the Board of the civil servants Act (1210/2003) 10 and 71 of the Secretary-General's arbitration cases; (on 5 December 2003/1200) 2) to act as a Board of management of the real estate isännöitsijänä;
3. the operational efficiency of the management of the Prime Minister's Office and the Parliament) is appropriate, as well as the necessary cooperation between the Parliamentary Ombudsman and the State with the Prime Minister's Office tilintarkastajain; (on 20 June 2000/722), the activities of the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office 4) take care of the resources assigned to and the structure of your organization, as well as planning, decision-making, action-and the relevance of monitoring systems and the continuing administration of the staff-the Prime Minister's Office and the rest of the planning and development; as well as the management of the Prime Minister's Office 5) to direct and control the execution of the määräaikaistehtävien and other management functions.


section 25 (on 20 June 2000/722) the tasks of the committees ' Secretaries is the President of the Council, established by the committees provided for in these guidelines.


25 (a) in the section (on 20 June 2000/722) of information and communication, the Director shall, in addition to what is provided for in article 19, to respond to the development, the speaker of the Parliament on the implementation of the communication and other information, and the coordination and advisory services necessary for the operation of expert assistance.


Referrals to the Committee secretariat, the centre section 26 of the Prime Minister's Office, administration, information and communication unit, the unit of International Affairs and the head of the Security Chief will solve the case of the Department of personal matters relating to the issuing of travel in your home country to do missions, according to the instructions of the Secretary-General, for the, and issues relating to the annual leave period. (10.11.2004/1191)
If the Secretary General or the head referred to in subparagraph (1), determine the issue President.


Article 27 of the Administrative Director will determine, according to the number of its guidelines, the Chancellery, furniture and equipment, as well as rental, maintenance and repair of the Administration and the Prime Minister's Office, as well as other parliamentary appropriations relating to the use of the things that are not of general scope or fundamental.
The Chief Executive also resolves issues relating to: 1) post in the Office of the speaker of Parliament official because of illness or maternity, paternity or parental leave, or on account of, or as unpaid for up to one month, as a result of the above mentioned reason.
2) for a period not exceeding one month public officials referred to in paragraph 1, the freedom;
3-service increment or any other of the regular salary supplement). as well as the adoption of surveillance data from 4) pensions to the Treasury.
If (2) non-statutory civil servants referred to in paragraph 1 and the Central Office referred to in paragraph 2 or to the Secretariat of the Committee of officials, the Administrative Director may solve the issue, contrary to the opinion of the head of unit of the said action.


section 28 of the speaker of the Parliament in the order of the official presentation of the matters covered by the decision of its resolve, the Chancellery is so ordered.
Presentation of the issues that have been resolved in the expedition to sign the Solver and to verify Mr.


section 29 of the Chancellery may, if of the opinion the characteristics so require, on its own initiative or acting on a proposal from the Secretary-General, the matter will otherwise in a particular case to the official with the case.
The Secretary-General may take a particular case, the ruling of the rest of the Board of the Prime Minister's Office official, if he considers the characteristics so require.


section 30 of the event of doubt as to whom the Board of the Prime Minister's Office, the official with the thing belongs to the competence of the Secretary-General may resolve the issue, or bring it to the Office of the Commission for a decision.


section 31 Case, which concerns the Central Secretariat, and the Secretariat of the Committee on the Administrative Department, or at least two operating unit, will be processed in a business entity whose business mainly belongs to. If necessary, the preparation must take place in cooperation with the other institutions. If the Secretary-General determines where a business entity is to be dealt with.


Miscellaneous provisions article 32 as a condition of eligibility is required: 1) the Secretary-General and the Deputy Secretary of the law from a Bachelor's degree, or other appropriate degree, good familiarity with the work of the Convention, as well as the laws of the parliamentary work good;
2) from a Bachelor's degree in law, or post in the appropriate other master's degree, a good familiarity with the work of the Management Board, as well as the knowledge of the Parliament;
3) Legislative Director and parent in the Parliamentary Secretary of the law Bachelor's degree or master's degree, familiarity with the appropriate Office other preparatory work, as well as knowledge of the law in the parliamentary work;
4) appropriate information and communication Director of the post graduate degree and a good knowledge of the matters falling within the competence of the unit;
the Director of the unit for International Affairs post 5) an appropriate master's degree and a good knowledge of the matters falling within the competence of the unit;
a Bachelor's degree in law from the 6) turvallisuusjohtajalta or post in the appropriate other master's degree and a good knowledge of the matters falling within the competence of the unit;
a Bachelor's degree in law from the 7) valiokuntaneuvokselta or appropriate other master's degree, as well as familiarity with the work of the Convention or of the law, if his main task is not to deal with legislative matters, the Committee on the industry concerned, a good knowledge of the; (12 December 2005/11 2006) 8) the Office of the Manager, information management, human resources manager, Assistant to the Chief Officer of the Office of the Chief and an appropriate master's degree as well as a good knowledge of the matters falling within the competence of the Office;
9) Information Service Manager, Media Manager, Assistant to the Deputy Chief of the data service and information to the Chief Officer of the post of an appropriate master's degree and a good knowledge of the issues falling within the operational unit;
the Director of the library, from your 10) an expert, Service Director, Archive Manager and network service expert with an appropriate master's degree, which is included in or which, in addition to the information in the field of study has been carried out, as well as a good knowledge of the issues falling within the operational unit;
11) Parliamentary Secretary law Bachelor's degree or other appropriate degree of familiarity with the work of the Convention or of the law and parliamentary work;
the Deputy Director of the International Affairs Unit of 12) and an appropriate master's degree in International Affairs, neuvokselta and the Secretary of the appropriate degree in International Affairs, as well as all mentioned good familiarity with matters falling within the competence of the unit;
13) occupational health physician medical Licentiate degree as well as a good knowledge of health care; as well as an appropriate master's degree, as well as 14) intendentiltä a good familiarity with the issues falling within the competence of public authorities.
(10.11.2004/1191)

As a condition of eligibility other than the Prime Minister's Office of Parliament mentioned in the first paragraph of the post, along with, or trained and the fact that the person concerned has earlier shown to posses a skill and the ability, which the public authorities, of the action or task in a successful manner.


Article 33 a party who is dissatisfied with the decision of an official Prime Minister's Office, the Parliament may refer the Commission's decision to be referred to the Office of the Commission by requiring the notification of the decision in writing within 14 days.


Article 34 of the rules of procedure of Parliament provided for in the Secretary-General's alternate is 75. (on 20 June 2000/722)
The Secretary of the Deputy Secretary-General of the Standing Committee, the Permanent Secretary of the Secretariat of the Commission on the master of the tasks imposed by the civil service works. The leader of the Parliamentary Caucus of the legislative Secretary of the parent. The management of the Office of the Administrative Director, the Office Manager or the Administrative Department, too, is unable to attend, other agencies in the order of seniority.
Information and communication Office of the Director and Deputy to the works by the turvallisuusjohtajan Commission on the officer. Information Service Manager the Assistant Service Manager, Deputy to the Deputy Head of the information and the information of the master of the library's Deputy Director of information and communication by the leading expert. (10.11.2004/1191)
Bureau Chief, the Deputy Head of the Office. The Administrative Board of the Office of the Deputy Chief of staff of the Office of the master of works and knowledge management to the Deputy Head of the master computer. (10.11.2004/1191)
Bureau Chief, the Deputy Head of the Office. The Administrative Board of the Office of the Deputy Chief of staff, the Office of the Manager of the real estate office of the Office of the works of the master of the head and Deputy Head of administration of data-processing Manager. (on 5 December 2003/1200)
Other than in the cases mentioned above, the replacement of the President.


section 35 of the tasks as well as Operational units, officials and the work of the divisions of the Office of the Commission and, where appropriate, provide for further decisions by the relevant managers. (on 5 December 2003/1200)
As a result, the speaker of Parliament in the order of the order of the civil service is required to carry out other than the established Division of labour, according to him.


36 section (producing water pursuant to the/487) on the implementation of cooperative activities in the Office of the Permanent Secretary of the Committee of the Finnish Parliament, within yhteistoimintaohjeessa is provided.


37 section for details on the implementation of the provisions of the Statute of the Office of the speaker of Parliament to be laid down by the Commission on the Prime Minister's Office may be given to a rule in the Office of the Commission on the decisions of the Management Board and.


38 section of this Statute shall enter into force on 1 April 1987.
This Statute shall be repealed on 2 December 1977, adopted by the Parliament, the Parliament amended the Statute to the Prime Minister's Office later.
The provisions of article 32 of the Statute the eligibility criteria do not apply to officials in the Office, post or assignment at the time of entry into force of the Statute, which he is, or to which he or she is appointed before then.


At the same time, the Parliament has decided that the Board of the Prime Minister's Office, the regulation will be published in Finnish.


The change of the date of entry into force and the application of the acts: producing water pursuant to the/487: This decision shall enter into force on 1 April 1991. Before the entry into force of the decision may be to take the necessary steps for its implementation.




25 February 1992/168: These by-laws amendments shall enter into force on 1 March 1992.




2.12.1994/1375: This decision shall enter into force on 1 March 1995.
PNE 1/94, 14/94/752 HaVM cipeke v Commission: This parliamentary decision shall enter into force on 1 January 1997.
PNE 2/13/96, 96, HaVM EK 21b 11.6.1997/634/96: This decision shall enter into force on 1 August 1997.




on 14 May 1998/364: This decision shall enter into force on 1 June 1998.
PNE 1/12/1998, on 20 June 2000, 1998, EK/722: This parliamentary decision shall enter into force on 1 January 2001.
PNE 3/2000, the PeVM 11/2000, EK 16b/2000 on 5 December 2003/1200: This decision shall enter into force on 1 January 2004.
PNE 1/2003, HaVM 10/2003, 10 November 2004, 41/2003/EK 1191: This parliamentary decision shall enter into force on 1 January 2005.




on 12 December 2005/11 2006: the Board of the Prime Minister's Office, the rule change shall enter into force on 1 February 2006.
PNE PeVM 8/2/2005, 2005, EK 34/2005