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B : Business Programme
E : Written Questions lodged
F : Motions and Amendments
H : New Documents
K : Progress of Parliamentary Business

Business Bulletin No. 147/2004

Friday 8 October 2004

Section H : New Documents

  

Subordinate Legislation

Negative Instruments

The following instruments were laid before the Parliament on 7 October 2004 and are subject to annulment—

The International Criminal Court (Enforcement of Fines, Forfeiture and Reparation Orders) (Scotland) (Revocation) Regulations 2004 (SSI 2004/437)

laid under section 26(10) of the International Criminal Court (Scotland) Act 2001

The Genetically Modified Organisms (Traceability and Labelling) (Scotland) Regulations 2004 (SSI 2004/438)—

The Genetically Modified Organisms (Deliberate Release) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2004 (SSI 2004/439)—

laid under schedule 2, paragraph 2 of the European Communities Act 1972

Other Documents

The following document was laid before the Parliament on 7 October 2004 and is not subject to any Parliamentary procedure

A Report by the Scottish Ministers on Further Education in Scotland 2003 (SE/2004/232)

laid under section 1(6) of the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act 1992

Committee Reports

The following report is being published on 8 October 2004

Subordinate Legislation Committee, 36th Report 2004 (Session 2): Report on Subordinate Legislation (SP Paper 223)

Report on Subordinate Legislation (SP Paper 222)

European Documents

Members wishing to see a list of EC/EU documents and legislative proposals received in the Parliament should contact the clerk to the European Committee (europe@scottish.parliament.uk). Members are reminded that a complete set of all documents received is held by SPICe and copies can be made available on request. Additionally, SPICe holds a set of Briefing Papers produced primarily for MEPs covering the views of the UK Government on proposals for EC/EU legislation. Copies of these can be obtained on the SPICe page of the Parliament's intranet. Finally, the Parliament now receives copies of agendas in advance of each Council of the EU meeting (formerly known as the Council of Ministers) and post-Council reports. Copies of these can be obtained from the European and External Relations Committee clerks and/or the clerks of other relevant Committees.

 

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