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Standards and Procedures and Public Appointments Committee

Thursday 28 October 2021 9:15 AM

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1. Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether consideration of a complaint report from the Commissioner for Ethical Standards in Public Life in Scotland should be taken in private at future meetings. 2. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will take evidence on the Representation of the People (Postal Voting for Local Government Elections) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2021, the Scottish Local Government Elections Amendment Order 2021, the Representation of the People (Variation of Limits of Candidates’ Local Government Election Expenses) (Scotland) Order 2021 (Negative) and the Representation of the People (Absent Voting at Local Government Elections) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2021 (Negative) from— George Adam, and Iain Hockenhull, Scottish Government; Craig McGuffie, Scottish Government Legal Directorate. 3. Subordinate legislation: George Adam (Minister for Parliamentary Business) to move—S6M-01320—That the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee recommends that the Representation of the People (Postal Voting for Local Government Elections) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2021 be approved. 4. Subordinate legislation: George Adam (Minister for Parliamentary Business) to move—S5M-01321—That the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee recommends that the Scottish Local Government Elections Amendment Order 2021 be approved. 5. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will consider the following negative instruments— Representation of the People (Variation of Limits of Candidates’ Local Government Election Expenses) (Scotland) Order 2021 Representation of the People (Absent Voting at Local Government Elections) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2021 6. Guidance on Bills: The Committee will consider an update to the Guidance on Bills. 7. Cross-Party Groups: The Committee will consider applications for recognition from five Cross-Party Groups, and take evidence from— James Dornan, Scottish Parliament; and then from— Jackie Baillie, Scottish Parliament; and then from— Liz Smith, Scottish Parliament; and then from— Rona Mackay, Scottish Parliament; and then from— Sarah Boyack, Scottish Parliament. 8. Cross-Party Group - approval: The Committee will decide whether to accord recognition to the proposed Cross-Party Groups on Ireland, Long Covid, Outdoor Education, Women, Families and Justice and Culture and Communities. 9. Cross-Party Groups: The Committee will consider a change of purpose for the proposed CPG on Colleges and Universities and the proposed CPG on Nuclear Disarmament and a change of name and purpose for the proposed CPG on Improving Scotland's Health and decide whether these Groups should be accorded recognition.

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