The Euro-Atlantic Council Charter

Original Language Title: Eiroatlantisko lietu padomes nolikums

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/107667

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 298 in Riga in 2005 (April 26. No 23. § 12) Euro-Atlantic Affairs Council regulation Issued pursuant to the public administration facilities article 13 of the law on the general issue of i. 1. Euro-Atlantic Council (hereinafter Council) is a consultative body whose aim is to coordinate the Latvian public administration institutions of the European security and defence policy and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
II. the Council functions, tasks and rights 2. main functions of the Council is to promote cooperation between the public authorities in matters relating to the operation of Latvia the European security and defence policy and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
3. the task of the Council is the European security and defence policy and coordination under the European security and defence policy and military-political issues of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
4. the Council according to the competences shall be entitled to receive from the authorities the necessary information, as well as proposing the development of laws that are necessary for the proper functioning of Latvia in the European security and defence policy and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
III. composition of the Council 5. Council is composed of the Prime Minister, Defense Minister, Foreign Minister, Interior Minister, Minister for finance and Transport Ministers.
6. The Council headed by the President of the Council, Prime Minister. In his absence the Chairman shall perform the functions of the Minister of defence.
7. the Council shall be valid if they are sitting on at least three Council members.
8. meetings of the Advisory Council of the right to participate in national armed forces Commander, the Defense Ministry State Secretary, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Director of the Office for the protection of the Constitution. Board meetings in an advisory capacity may invite officials and other experts.
IV. Organization of the work of the Council 9 the Council meets at least once every quarter. The President of the Council is entitled to convene an extraordinary meeting of the Council.
10. The President of the Council or Council Member shall be entitled to propose any question within the competence of the Council into the Council meeting agenda.
11. The President of the Council shall: 11.1. confirms the Council meeting agenda;
11.2. convene and chair the meetings of the Council;
11.3. signing the minutes of the proceedings of the Council.
12. the Council decision is adopted if it voted in favour of all the present members of the Council.
13. If the Council is not in agreement on a question, it shall be submitted to the Cabinet.
14. The Council recorded in the agenda, meeting participants, and the person who insisted on the matter, as well as the decisions taken.
15. The Council meeting organized by the Secretariat of the Council (hereinafter referred to as the Secretariat).
16. the Secretariat shall perform the functions of the Ministry of defence.
17. the Secretariat shall prepare, collect and transmit to the members of the Council sitting of the Council documents.
18. the proposals for the agenda of the Council of the members of the Council shall be submitted to the Secretariat not later than five working days before the regular session of the Council, and no later than one working day before the extraordinary meeting of the Council.
19. the Secretariat no later than three working days before the regular session of the Council, and no later than one working day before the extraordinary meeting of the Council shall prepare and submit for approval to the President of the Council the Council meeting agenda.
20. The Council discussed documents handed to the Secretariat for transmission to the members of the Council no later than three working days before the regular session of the Council, and no later than one working day before the extraordinary meeting of the Council.
21. The members of the Council are responsible for materials related to the Council, the question is submitted to the Secretariat within the time limit.
22. the Secretariat within three working days after the meeting of the Council shall send to the members of the Council the Council meeting minutes. The Protocol is considered to be consistent if within five working days of the Board members do not receive a written objection.
23. If a member of the Council shall designate the person to participate in the Council meeting, he not later than one working day before the meeting shall inform the Secretariat.
24. If the Council shall consider issues that contain State secrets, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or the European Union classified information, the proceedings of the Council shall participate only in people who have a relevant category of special permit for access to State secrets, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or the European Union classified information.
V. the Committee of senior officials of the Euro-Atlantic Affairs 25. Members of the Council shall designate the person in the Committee of senior officials of the Euro-Atlantic Affairs (hereinafter referred to as the Committee). The composition of the Committee is approved by the President of the Council. The work of the Committee chaired by the Chairman of the Committee, the Defense Ministry Secretary of State.
26. the Committee accordingly competency is entitled to request from the national authorities the necessary information, to submit proposals for the agenda of the Council, for the Council to consider the underlying issues before the consideration by the Council, as well as perform other tasks determined by the Council.
27. Meetings of the Committee shall be convened by the Chairman of the Committee.
28. the Secretariat no later than three working days before the meeting of the Committee be prepared and submitted for approval to the Chairman of the Committee the Committee meeting agenda.
29. the Secretariat prepares, collects and sends to members of the Committee meetings.
30. the proposals for the agenda of the Committee, the members of the Committee shall be submitted to the Secretariat not later than five working days before the Committee meeting.
31. the Committee discussed the documents handed in to the Secretariat for transmission to the members of the Committee not later than three working days before the Committee meeting.
32. members of the Committee are responsible for materials related to the Council, the question is submitted to the Secretariat within the time limit.
33. the Secretariat within three working days after the Committee meeting sent to the members of the Committee draft minutes of the hearing. The Protocol is considered to be consistent if within five working days of the members of the Committee have received a written objection.
34. If a member of the Committee shall designate a person to attend the meeting of the Committee, he not later than one working day before the meeting shall inform the Secretariat.
35. at the hearing, the Committee shall examine questions that contain State secrets, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or the European Union classified information, the appropriate Inquiry Committee hearing, the only people who have a relevant category of special permit for access to State secrets, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or the European Union classified information.
Prime Minister a. Halloween instead of the Minister for defence, Minister of the ER ivry Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 11 May 2005.