Amendment Of The Agenda Of The Parliament Roll

Original Language Title: Grozījums Saeimas kārtības rullī

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the amendment of the Parliamentary roll make the roller of the Saeima (Latvian Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 1994, 17, no. 24; 1995, no. 10, 24; 1996, 13, 22 no; 1997, no. 12, 21; 1998; 2000, no. 22, no. 2; 2001, 5., 10., 12. No; 2002, nr. 22; 2004, nr. 23; 2005; 2006, no. 14. , 8, 14, no. 24; 2008, no 3, 13; 2009, 2., 6., no. 12; Latvian journal, 2009, 100. No.) following amendment: transitional provisions be supplemented with 10 and 11 of the following paragraph: "10. in 2009, the number of employees of the Parliament in the event of a reduction of the benefits of staying at work are those employees who have better performance and higher qualifications. If employees work and qualifications are not significantly different, the advantage to stay in work is the employee who has no other permanent source of income. If the employee has no other permanent income source, the advantages to stay at work shall be determined in accordance with the labour law. A permanent source of income within the meaning of this paragraph is considered to: 1) or for the exercise of functions to another employer, if certain monthly salary (monthly salary, salary) is equal to the minimum monthly wage or higher and the order or contract work or the exercise of functions of the duration of more than three months;
2) old-age pension or retirement pension, if the person under the Act is entitled to such pension irrespective of whether this pension is received.
11. in 2009, parliamentary staff, which the severance grant paid under article 112 of the labour law, severance pay payable amounting to: 1) within one month of the average earnings, if the employee has been employed for less than 10 years;
2) one and a half month's average earnings, if the employee has been employed for at least 10 years. "
The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation.
The Parliament adopted the law of 16 July 2009.
In place of the President of the parliamentary President G. Lot in Riga on 24 July 2009. Editorial Note: the law shall enter into force on 25 July 2009.