Agenda and Documents
Voting results from plenary sessions of the Chamber of Deputies are accessible as an alphabetical list of each Deputy vote.
The course of every meeting of the Chamber of Deputies is recorded in a stenographical report.
The resolution of the Chamber of Deputies is an output of a plenary session. In order to be valid, every resolution of the Chamber of Deputies must be voted for by a simple majority of all present Deputies.
The Chairperson of the Chamber has a power to make decisions which has been entrusted to him/her by the Constitution or an act.
The points "responses to written interpellation" and "oral interpellation" are always included in the agenda of a meeting of the Chamber of Deputies if one of the deliberation days of the meeting is Thursday.
The key role in the discussions of the European agenda in the Chamber of Deputies is played by the Committee for European Affairs.
Parliamentary documents (stenographic records, documents, parliamentarians, resolutions etc.) from today going back to 1848 and back to the 11th century.