The Law Of The State Council, The Chancellor Of Justice And The Parliamentary Ombudsman Activities

Original Language Title: Laki valtioneuvoston oikeuskanslerin ja eduskunnan oikeusasiamiehen tehtävien jaosta

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1990/19901224

The speaker of Parliament, in accordance with article 1 of the decision of the Council of State of the Chancellor of Justice shall be exempt from the obligation to enforce the law on the Ombudsman of Parliament, as regards matters within its competence, relating to: 1) of the Council of State and the Ministry of defence, the legality of transactions, with the exception of the control of the members of the civil service, the armed forces, border guards, military crisis management (211/2006) on the voluntary staff for crisis management, as referred to in the Defence Act (556/2007) national defence training Association referred to in Chapter 3, as well as in the military;
2) law the juge des libertés (806/2011) to catch the meaning, the suspension of the travel ban as well as the arrest, detention and imprisonment or more;
3) prisons and other institutions, which have been taken against their will.
(July 22, 2011/813) The Chancellor of Justice shall be exempt from the jurisdiction of the Ombudsman, which is initiated by a person whose liberty is imprisonment of, pidättämisellä or otherwise limited.

2 section 1 of the Chancellor of Justice is in the cases referred to in the case to be transferred to the Ombudsman, unless they see it appropriate to resolve the matter themselves for specific reasons.

section 3 of the Chancellor of Justice and the Ombudsman are able to mutually transfer the competence of the other two, when the transfer can be assessed to speed up the proceedings, or when it is for any other special reason. The complaint in case transfer shall be notified to the complainant.

section 4 of this law shall enter into force on 1 January 1991.
This Act repeals Council of State in the Chancellor of Justice and the Parliamentary Ombudsman the criteria for the Division of the tasks of the law of 10 November 1933 (276/33) and the liberalisation of certain tasks of the Council of State on the same day, the Chancellor of Justice Act (275/33).
At the time of entry into force of this law shall also apply to proceedings before the Office of the Chancellor of Justice and the Parliamentary Ombudsman's Office. THEY'RE 72/90, plvk. bet. 9/90, svk. Mrs. 179/90 acts entry into force and application in time: 18.6.1993/524: this law shall enter into force on 1 July 1993.
THEY 370/92, 5/93 c 248/UaVM 1469: this law shall enter into force on 19 December 1995.
THEY are 185/95, UaVM 21/95, EV 174/95, 25 February 2000/194: this law shall enter into force on 1 March 2000.
THEY are 175/1999, 6/2000, the PeVM EV 20/2000 18.8.2000/754: this law shall enter into force on 31 December 2000.
THEY'RE 20/2000, UaVM 4/2000, as at 31 March 2006/216/2000 EV 86: this law shall enter into force on 1 April 2006.
5/1/2006, 2006, UaVM EV 11 May 2007/564/2006, 22: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2008.
THEY 172/2006, PuVM 3/2006, EV 299/2006 July 22, 2011/8: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2014.
THEY LaVM 44/222/2010, 2010, EV 374/2010