The Latvian Civil Participation Of Experts In International Organisations The International Civil Mission Charter Of The Advisory Council

Original Language Title: Latvijas civilo ekspertu dalības starptautisko organizāciju vadītajās starptautiskajās civilajās misijās konsultatīvās padomes nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 74 in Riga in 2006 (January 24. 5. § 27) Latvia civil participation of experts in international organisations the international civil mission Charter of the Advisory Council Issued under the public administration facilities of article 13 of the law i. General question 1. civil participation of experts in international organisations in civilian missions between the folksy Advisory Council (hereinafter Council) is a consultative, coordinating body whose objective is to provide proposals on Legal Affairs legal resolution to ensure Latvian civil participation of experts in international organisations in civilian missions between the folksy as well as to provide for the assessment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Latvian civil proposals for sending experts to the international civil mission. II. the Council functions, tasks and rights 2. The functions of the Council are the exchange of information and the preparation of proposals and on the Latvian civil participation of experts in international organisations the international civil mission. 3. the Council shall have the following tasks: 3.1 identify opportunities for the participation of Latvia in the international civil mission and cooperation with other Member States of the European Union, as well as to define the priority areas;
3.2. provide in point 5 of these provisions those authorities proposals on the order in which you selected to send a mission of experts or training;
3.3. identify the financing part of Latvia, where civilian experts are sent international civilian missions, and, if necessary, to prepare for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior, by appropriate proposals;
3.4. to give proposals to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Law and policy planning documents of the project as well as informative in the preparation of the report for submission to the Cabinet of Ministers on the dispatch of civilian experts to the international civilian mission;
3.5. to provide the responsible Ministry before the law required the drafting of legislation;
3.6. to evaluate and provide information to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on international civil mission of civilian experts in the life, health or other possible dangers during the mission. 4. the Council shall have the following rights: 4.1 to request and receive from the responsible national regulatory authorities Council for information;
4.2. call upon specialists and experts who are competent in the Council on matters under consideration. III. composition of the Council and the Organization of work of the Council is composed of 5 representatives from: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 5.1;
5.2. The Ministry of defence;
5.3. The Ministry of the economy;
5.4. The Ministry of the Interior;
5.5. The Ministry of Justice;
5.6. The Ministry of finance;
5.7. The Ministry of transport;
5.8. The Ministry of health;
5.9. the public prosecutor's Office;
5.10. the State Chancellery;
5.11. the civil administration. 6. in paragraph 5 of these provisions those authorities delegate their representatives (Department Director and expert levels) work in the Council. 7. establishment of the Council approving the Prime Minister. The responsible institution is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 8. The President of the Council is the Foreign Ministry's Deputy Secretary of State. Deputy Chairman of the Council-a representative of the Ministry of the Interior. 9. The Council shall convene when necessary to ensure the fulfilment of the mess the pad, but not less frequently than every six months. 10. the President of the Council in the absence of his duties shall be the Deputy Chairman of the Council. 11. The President of the Council shall: 11.1. Approves the Council's agenda, convene and chair the meetings of the Council. About the time and place of the hearing, notify the five working days before the meeting;
11.2. provides the necessary information and reference material;
11.3. ensure the recording of meetings of the Council;
11.4. If necessary, invited to participate in the meeting of the Advisory Council on the rights of the other officials and specialists. 12. The members of the Council: 12.1 shall be entitled to submit proposals to the President of the Council on the question of the inclusion in the agenda of the Council;
12.2. inform the Council of the views of the institutions represented on the Council meeting, the matter at issue;
12.3. According to competence provide the necessary information and documents, in order to ensure the functioning of the Council. 13. the Council are valid if they are sitting on more than half of the Board members. 14. the Council decisions, the open vote. Council decisions are taken by a simple majority. If the vote splits equal, the Chairman of the Board shall have a casting vote. 15. the minutes of the Council. The minutes shall specify the agenda, discussions and decisions, as well as persons who participated in the meeting, and the people who commented on the matter. 16. The minutes shall be signed by the Chairman and draftsman of the Protocol. 17. the functions of the Secretariat of the Council provides the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Prime Minister-Minister of health l. Smith Foreign Minister Pabriks (A).