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Senate of the Parliament
of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Ragulation

Regulations

on the Onir deputy group

of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan

These Regulations determine the status, powers and organization of the activities of the Onir deputy group of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

1. General provisions

1.1. The Onir deputy group of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a voluntary deputy association and is formed for joint exercise of its powers to facilitate the development of regions.

1.2. The legal basis for the activities of the deputy group is the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Constitutional Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the status of its members”, laws, the Rules of the Parliament and the Senate, other regulatory legal acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as these Regulations.

1.3. The Regulations on the Onir deputy group are approved at a meeting by members of the deputy group.

1.4. Decisions of the deputy group serve as recommendations.

2. Areas of activity and powers of the deputy group

2.1. The activities of the deputy group include:

1) developing recommendations on improvement of legislation on regional development issues;

2) monitoring the current legislation and survey of public opinion on regional development issues;

3) raising public awareness about state policy in the field of social and economic development of the country and regions;

4) raising public awareness about the state of legislation in the field of regional development.

5) interacting with the Council for interaction with local representative bodies (maslikhats) under the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan and Republican Association of Maslikhats PA;

6) interacting with deputies of maslikhats.

2.2. The deputy group has the powers to:

1) put forward draft laws as a legislative initiative;

2) determine reporters on the draft laws submitted by the group;

3) consider draft laws, other acts of the Senate, and make amendments, suggestions and comments on them;

4) submit deputy inquiries;

5) put forward proposals on holding Parliamentary hearings;

6) organize round tables, meetings on regional development issues;

7) engage officials of state bodies and organizations in participation in the deputy group’s meetings and events;

8) keep permanent working contacts with the chambers of the Parliament, their coordination and working bodies;

9) request in the prescribed manner from state bodies, organizations and officials and receive the necessary information, documents, including analytical, statistical and other materials on regional development issues;

10) receive opinions on draft laws from ministries and departments, research institutions, educational institutions and other organizations, and form commissions (working groups) for preparation of draft laws, in agreement with the heads of these bodies and organizations;

11) assist in organizing events to report on the Senate activities to the deputies (secretaries) of local representative bodies;

12) analyze the results of consideration of deputy inquiries on regional development issues;

13) exercise other powers in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

3. Composition and structure of the deputy group

3.1. The head and deputy head of the deputy group are elected by a simple majority of the total number of members of the group for a term of three years.

3.2. The head of the deputy group:

1) performs general management of the deputy group activities;

2) represents the group in state bodies and organizations, participates in the work of the Council for interaction with local representative bodies (maslikhats) under the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan;

3) decides on the place and time of the group meetings;

4) chairs its meetings.

3.3. The deputy head of the deputy group:

1) ensures development of a draft work plan of the group;

2) prepares draft agenda for its meetings;

3) carries out functions of the head of the deputy group in his/her absence.

3.4 The deputy group shall consist of at least five deputies.

3.5. The group shall only consist of the members of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

3.6. A deputy is included in the deputy group in accordance with a written application of the deputy.

3.7. The grounds for exclusion of a deputy from the deputy group are:

1) a written application for leaving the deputy group;

2) termination of deputy powers.

4. Organization of the activities of the deputy group

4.1. Meetings of the deputy group are held as necessary, but, as a rule, at least once a quarter.

4.2. A meeting of the deputy group is duly constituted if more than half of the total number of members of the group are present at it.

4.3. The deputy group carries out work in accordance with annual plans approved at its meetings.

4.4. Decisions of the deputy group are made by a simple majority of those present by open voting.

4.5. Decisions of the deputy group are recorded in the minutes signed by the head of the group or by a person replacing the head of the group.

4.6. Members of the deputy group have the right to:

1) participate in all events conducted by the deputy group;

2) put forward suggestions regarding the deputy group’s work plan and the agenda of its meetings, as well as the issues discussed within the competence of the deputy group;

3) speak on behalf of the deputy group when and as instructed by the deputy group;

4) review the materials related to the work of the deputy group.

4.7. Members of the deputy group shall:

1) comply with the requirements of these Regulations;

2) take part in meetings of the deputy group;

3) inform the group about their work in committees, commissions and other bodies of the Senate.

4) execute decisions of the deputy group.

4.8. Organizational and other support for the activities of the group is provided by the Senate Office of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

5. Termination of the activities of the deputy group

5.1. The grounds for terminating the activities of the deputy group are:

1) decision of the deputy group to terminate its activities;

2) decrease in the number of members of the deputy group below the number established in clause 3.4. of these Regulations.

5.2. The head of the deputy group shall notify the Bureau of the Senate about the termination of the activities of the deputy group.