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PLANNING THE WORK OF THE GOVERNMENT

 

The Government work programme shall list the proposals for laws and other acts which the Government will submit to the National Assembly.For each act a brief statement shall be included as to why it is necessary.Detailed instructions for the preparation of the programme shall be given by the Secretary-General, who is also responsible for ensuring that the programme is adopted in good time.

 

The Government shall adopt a Government work programme for the following year by the end of December of the current year and submit it to the National Assembly.

 

The report on the work of the Government shall list the tasks that have been carried out which were set out in the Government work programme and the budget documents.Tasks that have been carried out but which were not planned in advance shall also be specifically stated and described.The Secretary-General of the Government, in collaboration with the minister responsible for finance, shall set out detailed instructions for the preparation of the report.

 

The Government shall adopt a report on the work of the Government for the previous year and submit it to the National Assembly at the same time as the proposal for the national budget.