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Work in the Committees and Bodies
Committees are parliamentary bodies whose main duty is to prepare for the rulings of the Landtag. Their orders are issued by the Landtag. They may address issues on their own initiative, however, and submit draft bills, motions and motions for a resolution to the Landtag.
Study Commission “Reappraisal of the history and consequences of the SED dictatorship and the transition to a democratic constitutional state in the Land of Brandenburg”, Study Commission “Local and Land government - citizen-oriented, effective and fit for the future - Brandenburg 2020”, Council for Sorb (Wend) Affairs, G 10 Commission, Parliamentary Control Commission (PKK)
According to Article 24 of the Constitution of the Land of Brandenburg, every person has the right, "jointly or individually, to approach the Landtag, the municipal self-governing bodies and any other state or municipal authority with ideas, criticism and complaints.
Committee of Inquiry 5/1
A Committee of Inquiry is an auxiliary body of the Landtag designed to exercise the latter’s right of inquiry; it acts first and foremost as a parliamentary control of the government. It is meant to discover who is responsible for grievances.
BER Special Committee
The remit of the special committee is to bring together all the discussions on individual matters relating to BER that have been conducted by the respective expert committees in the Landtag Brandenburg to date. This will enable the special committee to make a substantial contribution to improving the quality of information in the Landtag.