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Rules of the EU-Kazakhstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

RULES OF PROCEDURE
of the Republic of Kazakhstan - European Union Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN - EUROPEAN UNION PARLIAMENTARY COOPERATION COMMITTEE (hereinafter referred to as 'the Committee')

- having regard to the Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation between the Republic of Kazakhstan, of the one part, and the European Communities and their Member States, of the other part, signed at Brussels on 23 January 1995, and in particular Articles 7 and 81-83 thereof,

- whereas the Agreement entered into force on 1 July 1999,


HEREBY LAYS DOWN THE FOLLOWING RULES OF PROCEDURE:

Rule 1

The task of the Committee shall be to consider all aspects of relations between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the European Communities and, in particular, the implementation of the Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation.

Rule 2

The Committee shall be composed of an agreed number of members appointed by the European Parliament and the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan [Kazakh Parliament].

The term of office of the members shall be decided in accordance with the rules and practice, respectively, of the European Parliament and the Kazakh Parliament.

Rule 3

The Bureau of the Committee shall consist of the chairman of the delegation of the European Parliament, the chairman of the delegation of the Kazakh Parliament (hereinafter referred to as the co-chairmen) and two vice-chairmen from each delegation.

The Committee shall be presided in turn by the chairman of the European Parliament delegation and the chairman of the Kazakh Parliament delegation. The chairman shall, where necessary, be replaced by the first or second vice-chairman of the delegation.

Rule 4

On a proposal from the Bureau of the Committee, recommendations may be made to the Cooperation Council, the relevant committee of the European Parliament and the Kazakh Parliament or its relevant committees.

The recommendations shall be considered and approved if they receive the support of a majority of the members of the European Parliament delegation and of the Kazakh Parliament delegation.

Rule 5

The Committee shall meet once a year, alternately in one of the places of work of the European Parliament and in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

A draft agenda, which shall be drawn up by the co-chairmen, shall be sent to members of the Committee two weeks prior to a scheduled meeting.

Meetings shall be held in public, unless the Committee decides otherwise.

Rule 6

Together with members of the Committee, Members of the Council of Ministers of the European Communities and Members of the European Commission may attend and speak at meetings that are held in public. Other persons may be invited to attend meetings by the co-chairmen.

Rule 7

The Secretariat of the Committee shall be provided jointly by the Secretariat of the European Parliament, in collaboration with officials designated by the Kazakh Parliament.

Minutes shall be drawn up by the Committee Secretariat after each meeting of the Committee for approval at the opening of the following meeting.

Rule 8


Members of the Committee may address meetings of the Committee in an official language of the European Union, Kazakh or Russian. Translation and interpretation shall be provided on the basis of decisions of the Committee Bureau and in accordance with the rules of the European Parliament.

Rule 9

The travel expenses and subsistence allowances of Committee members and officials accompanying them shall be reimbursed by the parliament that has sent them.

Other expenses incurred in connection with a meeting and activities of the Committee shall be apportioned between the European Parliament and the Kazakh Parliament.

Rule 10

Amendments to these rules proposed by the Committee shall be submitted for consideration to the Bureau of the European Parliament and the corresponding body of the Kazakh Parliament. The Committee shall adopt amendments and additions to the Rules of Procedure by a majority of the votes of the total number of each of the Parties.

Rules of the EU-Tajikistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

RULES OF PROCEDURE
of the Republic of Tajikistan - European Union Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

THE REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN - EUROPEAN UNION PARLIAMENTARY COOPERATION COMMITTEE (hereinafter referred to as 'the Committee')

- having regard to the Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation between the Republic of Tajikistan, of the one part, and the European Communities and their Member States, of the other part, signed in Luxembourg on 11 October 2004, and in particular Articles 82-84 thereof,

- whereas the Agreement entered into force on 1 January 2010,


HEREBY LAYS DOWN THE FOLLOWING RULES OF PROCEDURE:

Rule 1

The task of the Committee shall be to consider all aspects of relations between the Republic of Tajikistan and the European Union and, in particular, the implementation of the Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation.

Rule 2

The Committee shall be composed of an agreed number of members appointed by the European Parliament and the Parliament of the Republic of Tajikistan [Tajik Parliament].

The term of office of the members shall be decided in accordance with the rules and practice, respectively, of the European Parliament and the Tajik Parliament.

Rule 3

The Bureau of the Committee shall consist of the chairman of the delegation of the European Parliament, the chairman of the delegation of the Tajik Parliament (hereinafter referred to as the co-chairmen) and two vice-chairmen from each delegation.

The Committee shall be presided in turn by the chairman of the European Parliament delegation and the chairman of the Tajik Parliament delegation. The chairman shall, where necessary, be replaced by the first or second vice-chairman of the delegation.

Rule 4

On a proposal from the Bureau of the Committee, recommendations may be made to the Cooperation Council, the relevant committee of the European Parliament and the Tajik Parliament or its relevant committees.

The recommendations shall be considered and approved if they receive the support of a majority of the members of the European Parliament delegation and of the Tajik Parliament delegation.

Rule 5

The Committee shall meet once a year, alternately in one of the places of work of the European Parliament and in the Republic of Tajikistan.

A draft agenda, which shall be drawn up by the co-chairmen, shall be sent to members of the Committee two weeks prior to a scheduled meeting.

Meetings shall be held in public, unless the Committee decides otherwise.

Rule 6

Together with members of the Committee, Members of the Council of Ministers of the European Union and Members of the European Commission may attend and speak at meetings that are held in public. Other persons may be invited to attend meetings by the co-chairmen.

Rule 7

The Secretariat of the Committee shall be provided jointly by the Secretariat of the European Parliament, in collaboration with officials designated by the Tajik Parliament.

Minutes shall be drawn up by the Committee Secretariat after each meeting of the Committee for approval at the opening of the following meeting.

Rule 8

Members of the Committee may address meetings of the Committee in an official language of the European Union, Tajik or Russian. Translation and interpretation shall be provided on the basis of decisions of the Committee Bureau and in accordance with the rules of the European Parliament.

Rule 9

The travel expenses and subsistence allowances of Committee members and officials accompanying them shall be reimbursed by the parliament that has sent them.

Other expenses incurred in connection with a meeting and activities of the Committee shall be apportioned between the European Parliament and the Tajik Parliament.

Rule 10

Amendments to these rules proposed by the Committee shall be submitted for consideration to the Bureau of the European Parliament and the corresponding body of the Tajik Parliament. The Committee shall adopt amendments and additions to the Rules of Procedure by a majority of the votes of the total number of each of the Parties.

Rules of the EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

RULES OF PROCEDURE
of the
EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

- approved by the Bureau of the European Parliament on 4 September 2000
- approved by the Parliament of the Republic of Uzbekistan on


Article 1

The EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee is established pursuant to Articles 83 and 84 of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement concluded between the EU and Uzbekistan, signed on 21 June 1996.

Article 2

The task of the EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee is to examine all aspects of relations between the EU and Uzbekistan and, in particular, to monitor the implementation of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement.

Article 3

The EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be composed of a fixed number of members appointed by the European Parliament and the Uzbek Parliament.

The term of office of the members shall be determined in accordance with the respective rules and practices of the European Parliament and the Uzbek Parliament.

Article 4

The Bureau of the EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be composed of the chairman of the European Parliament delegation, the chairman of the delegation from the Uzbek Parliament (hereafter referred to as the co-chairmen) and two vice-chairmen from each delegation.

The committee shall be chaired alternately by the chairman of the European Parliament delegation and the chairman of the delegation from the Uzbek Parliament. The chairman-inoffice shall be replaced, where necessary, by the first or second vice-chairman of his delegation.

Article 5

On a proposal from the Bureau of the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, recommendations may be addressed to the Cooperation Council, the competent committee of the European Parliament and the Uzbek Parliament or its competent committees.

The recommendations shall be deemed to have been adopted if they secure the support of a majority of the members of the European Parliament delegation and of the delegation of the Uzbek Parliament.

Article 6

The EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall normally meet once a year, alternately in one of the European Parliament's places of work and in Uzbekistan.

The draft agenda, drawn up by the co-chairmen, shall be sent to members two weeks before the meeting.

Meetings shall be held in public, unless the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee decides otherwise.

Article 7

The members of the Cooperation Council, the Council of the European Union and the members of the Commission may attend meetings and speak. Other persons may be invited to attend meetings by the co-chairmen.

Article 8

The secretariat of the EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be provided jointly by the Secretariat of the European Parliament, in collaboration with staff appointed by the Uzbek Parliament.

Minutes of each meeting of the EU-Uzbekistan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be submitted for approval at the start of the following meeting.

Article 9

During meetings of the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee members may speak in one of the official languages of the European Union, in Uzbek or in Russian. Translation and interpretation services shall be provided on the basis of the decisions of the Bureau of the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, in accordance with the internal rules of the European Parliament and the Uzbek Parliament.

Article 10

The travel expenses and allowances of members of the committee and their assistants shall be borne by the Parliament which has appointed them.

Other costs arising from the meetings and activities of the committee shall be shared between the European Parliament and the Uzbek Parliament.

Article 11

Modifications to these rules of procedure, proposed by the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, shall be submitted to the Bureau of the European Parliament and the Kengash of the Uzbek Parliament.

Rules of the EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

RULES OF PROCEDURE
of the
EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee

- approved by the Bureau of the European Parliament on 4 September 2000
- approved by the Parliament of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan on


Article 1

The EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee is established pursuant to Articles 80 and 81 of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement concluded between the EU and Kyrgyzstan, signed on 9 February 1995.

Article 2

The task of the EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee is to examine all aspects of relations between the EU and Kyrgyzstan and, in particular, to monitor the implementation of the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement.

Article 3

The EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be composed of a fixed number of members appointed by the European Parliament and the Kyrgyz Parliament.

The term of office of the members shall be determined in accordance with the respective rules and practices of the European Parliament and the Kyrgyz Parliament.

Article 4

The Bureau of the EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be composed of the chairman of the European Parliament delegation, the chairman of the delegation from the Kyrgyz Parliament (hereafter referred to as the co-chairmen) and two vice-chairmen from each delegation.

The committee shall be chaired alternately by the chairman of the European Parliament delegation and the chairman of the delegation from the Kyrgyz Parliament. The chairman-in-office shall be replaced, where necessary, by the first or second vice-chairman of his delegation.

Article 5

On a proposal from the Bureau of the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, recommendations may be addressed to the Cooperation Council, the competent committee of the European Parliament and the Kyrgyz Parliament or its competent committees.

The recommendations shall be deemed to have been adopted if they secure the support of a majority of the members of the European Parliament delegation and of the delegation of the Kyrgyz Parliament.

Article 6

The EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall normally meet once a year, alternately in one of the European Parliament's places of work and in Kyrgyzstan.

The draft agenda, drawn up by the co-chairmen, shall be sent to members two weeks before the meeting.

Meetings shall be held in public, unless the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee decides otherwise.

Article 7

The members of the Cooperation Council, the Council of the European Union and the members of the Commission may attend meetings and speak. Other persons may be invited to attend meetings by the co-chairmen.

Article 8

The secretariat of the EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be provided jointly by the Secretariat of the European Parliament, in collaboration with staff appointed by the Kyrgyz Parliament.

Minutes of each meeting of the EU-Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Cooperation Committee shall be submitted for approval at the start of the following meeting.

Article 9

During meetings of the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee members may speak in one of the official languages of the European Union or in an official language of Kyrgyzstan. Translation and interpretation services shall be provided on the basis of the decisions of the Bureau of the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, in accordance with the European Parliament's internal rules.

Article 10

The travel expenses and allowances of members of the committee and their assistants shall be borne by the Parliament which has appointed them.

Other costs arising from the meetings and activities of the committee shall be shared between the European Parliament and the Kyrgyz Parliament.

Article 11

Modifications to these rules of procedure, proposed by the Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, shall be submitted to the Bureau of the European Parliament and the equivalent body of the Parliament of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.