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  • Συντάγματα και Κανονισμοί
    Βουλή Η Βιβλιοθήκη Κοινοβουλευτική Συλλογή Κοινοβουλευτική Συλλογή Εισηγητικές Εκθέσεις Πρακτικά Συνεδριάσεων Εφημερίς της Κυβερνήσεως Φ Ε Κ Συντάγματα και Κανονισμοί Επίσημη Εφημερίδα της Ε Ε Συντάγματα και Κανονισμοί Η Βιβλιοθήκη διαθέτει στη συλλογή της τα συντάγματα του ελληνικού κράτους που ψηφίστηκαν από το 1844 έως σήμερα τα επτανησιακά συντάγματα που ψηφίστηκαν κατά τον 19ο αι έως την ένωση των Ιονίων Νήσων με την Ελλάδα τους κανονισμούς της Βουλής και της Γερουσίας ελληνικά συνταγματικά κείμενα 18ου 20ου αιώνα Η Βιβλιοθήκη έχει προχωρήσει σε αναδρομική ψηφιοποίηση των συνταγματικών κειμένων της περιόδου τέλη 18ου αι αρχές 20ού αι και αυτή τη στιγμή είναι διαθέσιμα σε ψηφιακή μορφή Νέα Πολιτική Διοίκησις Ρήγας Χειρόγραφο Κυθήρων 1797 Constituzione dell anno 1800 Ιόνιοι Νήσοι Κατάστασις Επτανήσου Πολιτείας 1803 Πράξις των Καλτεζών Πελοπόννησος 1821 Νομική Διάταξις της Ανατολικής Χέρσου Ελλάδος 1821 Οργανισμός της Πελοποννησιακής Γερουσίας 1821 Οργανισμός της Σάμου 1821 Οργανισμός της Γερουσίας της Δυτικής Χέρσου Ελλάδος Στερεά Ελλάδα 1821 Προσωρινόν Πολίτευμα της Ελλάδος Επίδαυρος 1822 Προσωρινόν Πολίτευμα της Νήσου Κρήτης 1822 Προσωρινόν Πολίτευμα της Ελλάδος Νόμος της Επιδαυρου Άστρος 1823 Πολιτικόν Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδος Τροιζήνα 1827 Ψήφισμα Β Δ των Ελλήνων Εθνική Συνέλευσις Άργος 1829 Ηγεμονικόν Σύνταγμα 1832 Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδος 1844 Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδος 1864 Σύνταγμα

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  • Όροι Χρήσης
    όλα τα πνευματικά δικαιώματα αναφορικά με το περιεχόμενο και τα αντίγραφα που δημιουργούνται βάσει αυτού Περιεχόμενο το οποίο έχει προσδιοριστεί ρητά ως ιδιοκτησία τρίτων και δεν ανήκει στη Βουλή των Ελλήνων δεν καλύπτεται από την παρούσα άδεια χρήσης Για τη χρήση και εκμετάλλευση του περιεχομένου αυτού ο ενδιαφερόμενος θα πρέπει να αποταθεί στους δικαιούχους των σχετικών δικαιωμάτων Η διαδικτυακή πύλη ενδεχομένως να περιλαμβάνει ειδικότερο περιεχόμενο το οποίο να διέπεται από διαφορετικούς όρους χρήσης από αυτούς που αναφέρονται στο παρόν κείμενο Στην περίπτωση αυτή οι όροι χρήσης του επιμέρους περιεχομένου υπερισχύουν των όρων χρήσης του παρόντος κειμένου Καταβάλλεται κάθε δυνατή προσπάθεια ώστε το περιεχόμενο της διαδικτυακής πύλης να είναι πλήρες ακριβές αληθές επικαιροποιημένο και σε υψηλή διαθεσιμότητα Παρόλα αυτά η Βουλή των Ελλήνων δεν ευθύνεται για τυχόν σφάλματα που μπορεί να υπάρχουν στο αναρτημένο περιεχόμενο ή για σφάλματα χειρισμού κατά τη διαδικασία της ανάρτησης ή για τυχόν προβλήματα δικτυακής φύσης τα οποία εμποδίζουν την πρόσβαση προς τη διαδικτυακή πύλη Καταβάλλεται κάθε δυνατή προσπάθεια ώστε το περιεχόμενο της διαδικτυακής πύλης να είναι ασφαλές προς χρήση από τους επισκέπτες της διαδικτυακής πύλης από κακόβουλο λογισμικό Παρόλα αυτά καμία εγγύηση δεν παρέχεται για τυχόν προβλήματα που μπορεί να προκύψουν στις συσκευές των χρηστών από τη χρήση της διαδικτυακής πύλης Η διαδικτυακή πύλη περιέχει παραπομπές συνδέσμους προς διαδικτυακούς τόπους τρίτων με αποκλειστικό σκοπό την εξυπηρέτηση των χρηστών της διαδικτυακής πύλης Η Βουλή των Ελλήνων δεν ευθύνεται κατά κανένα τρόπο για το περιεχόμενο των διαδικτυακών τόπων τρίτων και οι παραπομπές αυτές δεν αποτελούν υιοθέτηση απόψεων και πράξεων που αυτοί εκφράζουν ή αποδοχής του περιεχομένου τους Καταβάλλεται κάθε δυνατή προσπάθεια προκειμένου να εξασφαλιστεί η ανωνυμία των χρηστών της διαδικτυακής πύλης Για το σκοπό αυτό δε γίνεται καμία καταγραφή των στοιχείων σύνδεσης των απλών χρηστών με χρήση cookies ή άλλων μηχανισμών Τα cookies τα οποία χρησιμοποιούνται από τη

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  • Contact
    the Day Current Questions Table Petitions and Questions Table Special Orders of the Day PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES Categories Sessions Reports Findings Weekly Newsletter Monthly Newsletter MINUTES Plenary Sessions Constitutional Revisions Plenary Audio Video Archives Committee Audio Video Archives Links Contact Contact Contact details Parliament call center 3 0210 3707000 Fax 3 0210 3707814 Address Parliament Mansion Megaro Voulis GR 10021 Athens Should you have any comments or remarks please contact Parliament

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  • SiteMap
    Constitutional History Εlections Election Results Standing Orders of the Hellenic Parliament The Building Historical Background Virtual Tour Multimedia Archives The Library About the Library Collections Parliamentary Collection Catalogues Digital Library Organization Operations Organization Operations The Presidium The President of the Hellenic Parliament Εlection Mandate Responsibilities Former Speakers The Deputy Speakers Former Deputy Speakers Deans Secretaries The Conference of Presidents Parliamentary Groups Parliamentary Groups Offices 17th Parliamentary Term Composition The Plenum Composition of Current 17th Term Composition of Previous Terms Recess Sections Recess Sections A B and C Composition Recess Sections Composition of Previous Terms Parliamentary Committees Committee for MP and Political Party Auditing MPs MPs CVs MPs Contact Details Per Constituency electoral district Per Parliamentary Group Statistics 14th Parliamentary Term Statistics 13th Parliamentary Term Statistics MP Parliamentary Activities Term of Office of MPs from 1974 until Today Administration Administration Organization Chart Departments and Directorates Speaker s Office Deputy Speaker offices Secretary General Office Special Secretariat to the Speaker of the Parliament The Scientific Service Directorates General G D for Parliamentary Work D G for International Relations Communication D G of Administrative Support Parliament Library Directorate Bureau of the Diplomatic Advisor to the Speaker Agency for Health Service Department for Civil Emergency Planning Press and parliamentary info Office Parliamentary Budget Office Legal Advisor of the State Single member agency representing the Court of Audit Other Agencies Int l Relations Int l Relations European Union Committee on European Affairs Interparliamentary Cooperation within the EU European Parliament European Regional Cooperation Conferences and Partnerships Int l Parliamentary Diplomacy Activities International Organisations Greeks Abroad Select Permanent Committee on Greeks Abroad WHIA SAE Friendship Groups The Speaker International Activities and Visits Deputy Speakers International Activities and Visits Committees International Activities and Visits News Info News Info Today in Parliament Press Office Events and Conferences Exhibitions Frequently

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  • Οδηγίες
    Relations News Info Skip auxiliary menu LEGISLATIVE WORK Legislative Process Order of the Day Weekly Newsletter Submitted Bills Elaboration in Committees Plenum Debates Voting Enacted Legislation Search PARLIAMENTARY CONTROL Procedures Means of Parliamentary Control Special Procedures Weekly Newsletter Interpellations Order of the Day Current Questions Table Petitions and Questions Table Special Orders of the Day PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEES Categories Sessions Reports Findings Weekly Newsletter Monthly Newsletter MINUTES Plenary Sessions Constitutional Revisions

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  • The Institution
    Bills and Law proposals that do not fall exclusively in the competence of the Plenum according to the Constitution The President of the Republic promulgates and publishes all the Bills and Law Proposals passed by the Parliament within one month of the vote Apart from the legislative work the Parliament exercises other competences such as Constitutional revision Electing the President of the Hellenic Republic Voting of the Standing Orders Voting of the state budget the financial statement of the state and the general balance sheet of the state as well as the adoption of the Parliament s budget and its financial statement Approval of economic and social growth programs Resolution on the proclamation of a referendum Waivers of immunity The invitation to Heads of States Heads of Governments and internationally acclaimed persons to address the parliament Parliamentary control The Government is submitted to Parliamentary control according to the Constitution following the procedure set out in the Parliament s Standing Orders A vote of confidence The Government must enjoy the confidence of Parliament Each new Government after a general election or after the previous government s resignation has to appear before Parliament and ask for a vote of confidence During a parliamentary term the Government may additionally ask for the expressed confidence of Parliament On the other hand the Parliament may submit a motion of censure signed by at least 50 MPs i e a sixth of a total 300 stating explicitly the subjects on which the debate is to be held For a censure motion to pass thus proving that Parliament has indeed withdrawn its confidence from the Government the absolute majority of MPs 151 must vote in favor of the motion A motion of censure may not be submitted before the lapse of six months from the rejection by Parliament of such a motion Exceptionally it may be submitted before the lapse of six months if it is signed by the majority of the total number of MPs Other means of parliamentary control A motion of censure is not the only means by which the Parliament controls and scrutinizes Government actions The Constitution and the Standing Orders of the Parliament provide further means for exercising Parliamentary Control Through such means the Parliament may ask the Government for clarifications and explanations or scrutinize of government actions or omissions Petitions Individuals or groups of citizens may address the Parliament in writing to make complaints or requests MPs may adopt such petitions upon submission or while they are being read before the Assembly A Minister has 25 days to reply to a petition an MP has endorsed Questions MPs have the right to submit written questions to Ministers on matters of public importance Such questions aim at keeping Parliament updated on specific issues Ministers have to reply in writing within 25 days Current questions MPs have the right to submit written questions to the Prime Minister or Ministers on issues of current political significance Current questions are answered and debated in the

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  • The Presidium
    Parliamentary Groups Offices 17th Parliamentary Term Composition The Plenum Composition of Current 17th Term Composition of Previous Terms Recess Sections Recess Sections A B and C Composition Recess Sections Composition of Previous Terms Parliamentary Committees Committee for MP and Political Party Auditing Links Organization Operations The Presidium articles 6 12 of the Standing Orders The Presidium consists of the Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament seven 7 Deputy Speakers three 3 Deans six 6 Secretaries The Presidium s fundamental feature is its multi partisan composition Thus the first second and third Deputy Speaker two of the Deans and four of the Secretaries are affiliated to the governing party the fourth Deputy Speaker one dean and a Secretary belong to the major opposition party the fifth Deputy Speaker and one Secretary are members of the second biggest opposition party the sixth Deputy Speaker is affiliated with the third largest party of the opposition and the seventh Deputy Speaker belongs to the fourth A member of the Presidium who must certainly be an elected MP cannot be a Cabinet member Minister or Under Secretary Should a Presidium member agree to assume ministerial or Undersecretarial duties then ipso facto he she has to step

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  • Mps
    be grouped into three categories absolute relative and local An absolute impediment excludes an MP from holding office for a certain period of time even if he has in the meantime resigned from the post that leads to their disqualification Hence civil servants and military personnel who are bound by law to remain in service for a specified period of time can neither stand for election nor be elected in Parliament until this period expires The provision also includes elected high ranking officials serving in single member local government agencies heads of regions for example A relative impediment makes it imperative that a candidate resign from public office before being nominated This regards among others civil servants military personnel directors of public sector agencies or public sector enterprises etc The local impediment hinders the nomination of any individual who for the past 18months of the last 4 year parliamentary term held public office or exercised public authority in the same constituency electoral district they intend to stand for election This category includes among others secretaries general or special of ministries or of independent general secretariats and regions members to independent agencies senior and top ranking officers of the armed forces and the security corps police fire department and coast guard managing or executive directors of legal entities of public law and public sector enterprises etc Incompatibilities of Members of Parliament Incompatibilities arise after the election to the office of MP They are linked to certain capacities or duties that are not compatible with holding office so as to eventually assure that no one shall abuse their status as MP to serve private interests Among others provision has been made so that the duties of MPs are incompatible with their capacity as owners shareholders or directors of enterprises that undertake public

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