Chamber of Deputies
Elections to both chamber of the Parliament of the Czech republic take place on the basis of general, equal and direct voting rights by secret ballot.
Chamber business refers to plenary sessions of the Chamber of Deputies and their procedures; in a broader sense, it also includes meetings of bodies of the Chamber of Deputies.
The adoption of laws is one of the most important tasks of every parliamentary body. Moreover, the Parliament is currently an exclusive legislator in the Czech Republic.
The set comprises a complete list of acts discussed and passed during the specified term in the Parliament of the Czech Republic and published in the Collection of Laws of the Czech Republic.
The Constitutional Act no. 1/1993 Coll.
The Act no. 90/1995 Coll. The Rules of Procedure of the Chamber of Deputies regulates procedural rules governing the meetings of the Chamber of Deputies, its bodies and officials.
The list of the most important Constitutional Acts and Chamber of Deputies Law.
The overview of the most important events that characterise the modern development of Czech parliamentarism.
The Office of the Chamber of Deputies performs tasks related to professional, organizational and technical support for the activities of the Chamber of Deputies, its bodies, officials, Deputies and political groups.
The Parliamentary library serves Members of Parliament and Senators, bodies of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate, employees of the Office of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate and selected institutions and users.
The Parliamentary Institute performs scientific, research, and training tasks for both Chambers of Parliament, for Parliamentary Committees and other sub-bodies, Deputies, Senators as well as for the Chancelleries of the Chamber of Deputies and Senate.