The Law On Statistics

Original Language Title: Laki tilastokeskuksesta

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Read the untranslated law here: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/1992/19920048

In accordance with the decision of Parliament provided for in article 1 of the State statistical activities: it is in the field of the administration of the Ministry of finance statistics.

section 2 of the statistics is responsible for drawing up statistics and reports on social conditions as well as to take care of the general development of the State statistical activity in cooperation with other government authorities.
In addition, the Central Statistical Office carry out its other functions specified or provided for.

section 3 (on 8 November 2001/901) headed by a Director-General of the Statistical Center. On the organisation and operation of statistical services centre provides for the rules of procedure, by the Director-General to strengthen. He also resolves other issues to be solved, the statistics which are not provided for, or in the rules of procedure prescribed by the Central Statistics Office, among other officials. The State Council regulation provides for things that may not be the rules of procedure provide for the rest of the officials.

4 section (on/901) State Council regulation provides for the Director-General of the Statistical Center of the posts, and other reports to the Manager of the position, as well as officials of the tasks that are related to the Deputy Director-General.
Statistics Finland's rules of procedure provides for the internal management of the other second substitute on, as well as other internal management matters.

Article 5 of this law shall enter into force on 1 March 1992.
This Act repeals the Statistics Act of 23 December 1970 (796/70), as amended. Sections 2 and 3 of the law are annulled, however, remain in force, until otherwise provided by law.
Before the entry into force of the law can be used to take the measures needed to implement it. THEY 92/91, 5/91. Mrs acts entry into force and application in time: on 8 November 2001/901: this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2003.
THEY'RE 83/2002, Staub 11/2002, EV 128/2002