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Section 4.17. Parliament will determine its own sessions and adjournments providing that it assembles within seven days after each general election, and it must assemble each year for the regular sessions as provided by law. The Presiding Officer will summon extraordinary sessions, whenever she/he deems it necessary, or if required by the Scottish Government, or by one-third of the members of Parliament.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-20 17:42:07

    Section 4.17. Section 4.17. Parliament will determine its own sessions and adjournments; providing, that it assembles within seven days after each general election, and it must assemble each year for the regular sessions as provided by law. The Presiding Officer will summon extraordinary sessions, whenever she/he deems it necessary, or if required by the Scottish Government, or by one-third of the members of Parliament.

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Proposed Amendment to Section 4.17.

  • NSCNICK

    Section 4.17. Section 4.17. Parliament will determine its own sessions and adjournments; providing, that it assembles within seven days after each general election, and it must assemble each year for the regular sessions as provided by law. The Presiding Officer will summon extraordinary sessions, whenever she/he deems it necessary, or if required by the Scottish Government, or by one-third of the members of Parliament, or by public petition.

      • Caledonialan

        Section 4.17. There would need to be rules for such a public petition, which would presumably be applicable only during normal recess periods.

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