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ASSEMBLY of the REPUBLIC DRAFT RESOLUTION No. 226/X SYSTEM of editing and publishing of the JOURNAL of the ASSEMBLY of the REPUBLIC article 1 Journal of the Assembly of the Republic 1-the official journal of the Assembly of the Republic is the journal of the Assembly of the Republic. 2-the journal comprises two independent series, consisting of the first report of the plenary meetings and the second the documents of the Assembly that, in accordance with the rules of procedure, should be published. 3-each of the Daily series has its own numbering, referred to every legislative session. Article 2 electronic publication 1-the 1st and the 2nd series of the Diário da Assembleia da República are exclusive and fully published in electronic format on the website of the Assembly of the Republic on the Internet. 2 – the electronic edition of the journal of the Assembly of the Republic fully authentic and the publication of acts through it held goes for all legal purposes and regulations and should be used to check, where appropriate, the date and time of release for public reading. 3 – the services prepare, edit and deposit in the library of the Assembly of the Republic and the National Library four copies of a printed version of the two series of diary, prepared solely for this purpose. 4-is provided the printed Reprint Edition: a) Diplomas whose submission to public consultation is legally mandatory, without prejudice to their interactive discussion at the portal of the Assembly of the Republic on the Internet. (b)) Other qualifications whose publication in printed support is considered necessary and determined in their order of admission.
Article 3 content of first grade 1 diary-the first series of the journal contains complete and faithful account of what occurs in each plenary meeting. 2-the first series of the journal are in particular: a) opening and closing hours, names of the President of the Assembly, the Secretaries and members of Parliament present at the beginning of the meeting, those who enter in the course of it, are absent in parliamentary mission or missing; b) Reproduction of all declarations and speeches produced by the President of the Assembly, members of Parliament, members of the Government or another speaker at the meeting; c) account of the incidents that occur; d) Designation of substances indicated or fixed for the following meetings.
ASSEMBLY of the REPUBLIC 2 3-explanations of vote submitted in writing to the table are inserted in place of the journal with the respective indication. 4-l. grade of Diary contains a summary with a statement of the issues addressed, the indication of those involved in the discussions, the results of votes and other elements which the Chairman deems necessary.
Article 4 preparation and approval of the 1st series 1-the original diary of the first series of the journal is prepared for services under the direction of the President and the Bureau. 2-Any intervening discussions can proceed to review the text of their literary purposes, within the time limit set by the Bureau. 3-When the corrections if the scope of the preceding paragraph, it is up to the Table to decide their inclusion under the information services. 4-Until the approval of the journal, any Member may claim against inaccuracies and request its rectification, which is decided by the Bureau under the information services. 5-after the period referred to in paragraph two, the journal is submitted to approval of the Assembly. 6-after approved with corrections that have been deferred, the diary is authentic expression of what happened in the meeting to respect. 7-the recordings of each meeting can be eliminated three days after approval of the Diary, however, the record made for the audiovisual archive of the Assembly of the Republic.
Article 5 contents of the second Daily series 1-the second Daily series, comprising five a sub-series and their supplements, includes:-texts of the decrees, resolutions and deliberations of the Plenary, the Standing Committee, the Bureau and the Conference of leaders, of draft constitutional review of projects and bills, and motions for resolutions and referendum , as well as of the draft resolution, the opinions of the committees they issued and replacement texts, where they exist, or end, as well as the other requested advice to parliamentary committees, the convocations of the Assembly by the President, under the Constitution, the President of the Republic, the Government and the motions of rejection of the Government's Program of censorship and reliable; B-texts, questions, parliamentary inquiries and requirements of assessment of decree-laws, the questions in writing to the Government and the requirements referred to in points (a) to (d)) and article 156 of the Constitution), as well as the respective answers, whose reproduction can be partial when the table so understand by reason of its length, the parliamentary hearings, texts and reports on Petitions which must be published in accordance with the law and those to which the competent Parliamentary Committee understand giving publicity, of requests and replies;
ASSEMBLY of the REPUBLIC 3 C – activity reports of parliamentary committees in accordance with the rules of procedure, as well as the delegations of the Assembly of the Republic; the minutes of the parliamentary committees and the parliamentary hearings, when deliberate publication, documents relating to the mandate of Deputy and parliamentary groups; D-the speeches made by members, on behalf of the Assembly of the Republic in international organizations, notably the Inter-Parliamentary Union, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the NATO Parliamentary Assembly and Parliamentary Assembly of the Western European Union and COSAC, since appearing in full of records, as well as the delegations of the Assembly and the documents relating to the establishment and composition of the parliamentary friendship groups; And-The orders of the President of the Assembly and of the Vice-Presidents, the budget and the accounts of the Assembly of the Republic, and the reports of the activity of the Assembly and of the due diligence, decisions, recommendations, opinions and reports of the independent bodies that work with the Assembly of the Republic. personal documents of the Assembly of the Republic and other documents which, pursuant to law or the rules of procedure, should be published as well as those that the President understands send post. 2-the documents referred to in the preceding paragraph are ordered numerically, when appropriate, and published in a sub-series. 3-Each subseries contains a summary on the texts published and its index.
Article 6 Daily index of the Assembly of the Republic the services, under the direction of the table, draw up a table of contents of the Diary at the end of each legislative session.
São Bento Palace, on 17 July 2007 Members
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