Standing Orders and Directorate of the State Parliament
(1) The State Parliament adopts its standing orders. In addition to provisions relating to handling of the State Parliament’s business, the standing orders may also contain provisions relating in particular to the appointment of committees and the management of their business, the rights and obligations of deputies and other participants in sessions of the State Parliament and its committees, the rights and obligations of spectators in public sessions, the granting by the State of financial resources and equipment to the party groups and ”Klubs” to enable them to undertake their duties in the State Parliament and the tasks of the Directorate of the State Parliament and its chief executive.
(2) In accordance with the standing orders, the State will make available to the State Parliament the personnel, equipment and financial resources necessary for it to carry out its duties. The President appoints the chief executive of the chancellery of the State Parliament from the available staff. The President holds the highest authority to instruct the staff of the chancellery of the State Parliament.