Law:The Commission and Committee Act

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8RC35 — The Commission and Committee Act

Whereas confusion reigns over whether or not committees established in the past still exist, the Cosâ hereby acts to deconfuse the issue. From henceforth, a difference shall exist (and be spelt out in future bills) between committees (which are set up as standing committees, free to issue reports at any time) and Royal Commissions (or Commissions Royal) which are set up on an ad hoc basis and charged with a specific one-time task such as preparing a dossier or White Paper on a specific problem, and presenting the same to the Cosâ. Once a Commission's paper is done, the Commission has fulfilled its duty and ceases to exist.

Proposed by: Robert Madison (PC-Vuode)

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