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18 DECEMBER 2017

XII LEGISLATURE

Senate Standing Orders

Restated text approved by the Bureau of the Senate at its sitting on May 3rd, 1994, upon hearing of the Board of Spokesmen, as modified by the Plenary Sitting on October 24th, 1995; on May 9th, 2000; on June 14th, 2000; on October 11th, 2000; on June 27th, 2001; on May 12th, 2004; on November 3rd, 2004, on June 29th, 2005; on February 21st, 2006; on November 21st, 2007; on May 13th, 2008; on October 21st, 2009; on November 18th, 2009; on July 21st, 2010; on January 24th, 2012;on November 21st, 2013; on May 5th, 2014; on November 30th, 2016 and March 8th, 2017.
 

Systematics Subject Areas

Systematic Index

  • PART ONE. Constitution of the Senate (sec.1 to 9)
    • CHAPTER ONE. Preparatory Sitting (sec. 1 to 3)
    • CHAPTER TWO. Procedure for the constitution of the Senate (sec. 4 to 14)
    • CHAPTER THREE. Scrutiny of incompatibilities and declaration of vacancies (sec. 15 to 19)
  • PART TWO. Senators and Parliamentary Groups (sec. 20 to 34)
    • CHAPTER ONE. Parliamentary rights and duties of the Senators (sec. 20 to 26)
    • CHAPTER TWO. Parliamentary Groups and Territorial Groups (sec. 27 to 34)
  • PART THREE. Organization and functioning of the Senate (sec. 35 to 103)
  • PART FOUR. Legislative procedure (sec. 104 to 151)
    • CHAPTER ONE. Ordinary Legislative Procedure (sec. 104 to 128)
      • Subchapter 1. Legislative texts submitted by the Congress (sec. 104 to 107)
      • Subchapter 2. Legislative intiative of the Senate (sec. 108 to 109)
      • Subchapter 3. Debate by the Committee (sec. 110 to 117)
      • Subchapter 4. Debate by the Plenary Sitting (sec. 118 to 126)
      • Subchapter 5. Special rules (sec. 127 to 128)
    • CHAPTER TWO. Special Legislative Procedures (sec. 129 to 147)
      • Subchapter 1. Examination of a bill in a single reading (sec. 129)
      • Subchapter 2. Delegation of the legislative competence to Committees (sec. 130 to 132)
      • Subchapter 3. Urgent procedure (sec. 133 to 136)
      • Subchapter 4. Role of the Senate in the covenants and agreements between Autonomous Communities and in the distribution of the Interterritorial Compensation Fund (sec. 137 to 140)
      • Subchapter 5. Laws harmonizing the provisions of the Autonomous Communities (sec. 141 to 142)
      • Subchapter 6. Statutes of Autonomy (sec. 143)
      • Subchapter 7. International Treaties and Covenants (sec. 144 to 147)
    • CHAPTER THREE. Budget Procedure (sec. 148 to 151)
  • PART FIVE. Procedure for constitutional revision (sec. 152 to 159)
    • CHAPTER ONE. Constitutional revision initiated by the Senate (sec. 152 to 153)
    • CHAPTER TWO. Constitutional revision initiated by the Congress (sec. 154 to 157)
    • CHAPTER THREE. Constitutional reform under section 168 of the Constitution (sec. 158 to 159)
  • PART SIX. Questions and Interpellations (sec. 160 to 173)
  • PART SEVEN. Motions (sec. 174 to 181)
  • PART EIGTH. Communications or reports from the Government or from other State bodies (sec. 182 to 183)
  • PART NINE. Relations of the Senate with other constitutional bodies (sec. 184 to 189)
    • CHAPTER ONE. Nomination, appointment and election proposals (sec. 184 to 186)
    • CHAPTER TWO. Constitutional Court (sec. 187 to 188)
    • CHAPTER THREE. Autonomous Communities (sec. 189)
  • PART TEN. Publicity of the business of the Senate (sec. 190 to 191)
  • PART ELEVEN. Petitions (sec. 192 to 195)
  • PART TWELVE. Reform of the Standing Orders (sec. 196)
  • ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS (first to sixth)
  • TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS (first to second)
  • FINAL PROVISION