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Deputies will be expelled for 60 days if they use smoking devices in the Assembly

Deputies will be expelled for 60 days if they use smoking devices in the

The Assembly voted to introduce the examination of changes in the Assembly's Regulations with an accelerated procedure. The presented draft toughens punitive measures against all MPs who cause chaos, chaos and tension in the Parliament.

The harshness of the punishment goes up to 60 days of suspension, and is taken when the deputy uses pyrotechnic substances or tools, smoke, paints and other similar materials or tools inside the Assembly hall.

Disciplinary measure "exclusion from participation in commissions/in plenary session" for up to 60 days is given in cases:

1. a) when the MP uses pyrotechnic substances or tools, smoke, paints and other similar materials or tools inside the hall of the Assembly's work/committee meeting within the Assembly's premises;

2. b) when the deputy performs actions/behavior that constitute acts that constitute a criminal offense regardless of whether the offense constitutes a criminal offense under the Criminal Code;

3. c) when the deputy performs repeatedly within a parliamentary session"

According to the proposal, the exemption may extend to 30 days when the MP uses physical violence against other MPs.

Disciplinary measure "exclusion from participation in commissions/in plenary session" for up to 30 days is given in cases:

1. a) when the deputy uses physical violence against other deputies, members of the Council of Ministers, employees of the session service or the Guard of the Republic.

2. b) when, through violent actions, the deputy damages the equipment and furnishings and any other logistical means in the session/meeting hall.

3. c) when the deputy performs repeatedly within a parliamentary session"