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Post-legislative Scrutiny

Consultation Paper 178

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Published by Stationery Office .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government,
  • General,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10046749M
    ISBN 100117302635
    ISBN 109780117302631

    Therefore, Post-Legislative Scrutiny (PLS) is an important tool for increasing government accountability and is part of the oversight role of parliament. Despite its importance for the rule of law, it is not uncommon for the process of reviewing the implementation of legislation to be overlooked.   Post-Legislative Scrutiny by parliament. As an emerging dimension within the oversight role of parliament, Post-Legislative Scrutiny (PLS) can be considered a broad concept, consisting of two dimensions. First, it looks at the enactment of the law: whether the legal provisions of the law have been brought into force.

      Insights into Editorial: Post-legislative scrutiny to improve quality of laws. 07 June Article Link. With over 2, Acts just at the central level, India has one of the highest numbers of laws on its statute books. However, when it comes to implementation India has been consistently poor. Reasons for poor performance: Design issues. THE LICEnSInG ACT POST-LEGISLATIvE SCRUTIny 11 CHAPTER 2: THE ACT—AN OVERALL PERSPECTIVE Introduction We begin this chapter by looking at the background to the Act and the development of the Government’s policy. We then outline the provisions of the Act, including its many amendments, culminating in those made by the.

      By contrast, scrutiny mechanisms that hinder free-ranging scrutiny are likely to encounter artificial limits—for instance, a committee dedicated to post-legislative scrutiny might observe that an Act was plainly failing to achieve its objectives, but lack the jurisdiction to explore possible : Zhixiang Seow. Post-legislative scrutiny allows Parliament to revisit legislation after it has been enacted to ensure that it is operating as intended. As most literature on the UK legislative process suggests.


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In the last decade a more systematic approach to post-legislative scrutiny has been taken by both government and Parliament, with the House of Lords Liaison Committee in promising to appoint at least one ad hoc committee per session, while since government departments have been required to prepare and publish memoranda, assessing.

Post-Legislative Scrutiny is a broad concept, consisting of two dimensions. First, it looks at the enactment of the law, whether the legal provisions of the law have been brought into force.

Second, it looks at the impact of legislation, whether intended policy objectives have been met, if implementation and delivery can be improved, and if. Departments already engage in post-legislative scrutiny: policy evaluation is a constant activity, and it is frequently linked to legislation, which is just one means of implementing policy aims.

Nevertheless, the Government believes that strengthening post-legislative scrutiny further could help to ensure that the Government’s aims are. Get this from a library.

Post-legislative scrutiny. [Great Britain. Law Commission.; Great Britain. Department for Constitutional Affairs.] -- Following on from a report by the House of Lords Select Committee on the Constitution (HCP I, session ; ISBN ), published in Octoberand a Law Commission consultation paper.

Legislative Scrutiny is a system for assessing the effectiveness of ative Post-legislative Scrutiny book will be different according to the moment when it is carried on. There are different ways of scrutinizing a bill or statute. General Issues About Legislative Scrutiny.

Legislative scrutiny is a mechanism for determining whether a particular juridical instrument is effective for accomplishing the.

Post-Legislative Scrutiny is a broad concept, consisting of two dimensions. First, it looks at the enactment of the law, whether the legal provisions of the law have been brought into force. Second, it looks at the impact of legislation, whether intended policy objectives have been met, if implementation and delivery can be improved, and if.

Post-legislative scrutiny. [Great Britain. Law Commission.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain. Law Commission. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. This is where post-legislative scrutiny enters the picture. Sincegovernment departments have been required to publish memoranda, assessing whether Acts of Parliament have met their key objectives within three to five years of the Acts entering the statue book.

Therefore, Post-Legislative Scrutiny (PLS), or ex-post evaluation of legislation, is an important instrument for increasing government accountability and is part of the oversight role of parliament.

PLS is a two-pillars concept. The Welsh Parliament's Children, Young People and Education Committee is conducting short and focussed post-legislative scrutiny of the Higher Education (Wales) Act The Higher Education (Wales) Act was intended to: (a) “ensure robust and proportionate regulation of institutions in Wales whose courses are supported by Welsh Government backed higher education grants and loans.

Post-legislative scrutiny is an inquiry by a parliamentary select committee into how a new law has worked in practice since it came into force. Research briefing: Post-legislative scrutiny; Related glossary term: Select committees. Inquiry into post-legislative scrutiny (in private): The Committee considered issues for the report and agreed to consider a draft report in private at a future meeting.

13th Meeting, (Session 4), Thursday 10 October Inquiry into post-legislative scrutiny (in private): The Committee agreed a draft report. "Post legislative scrutiny is a valuable oversight tool, part of an end interactive process, through which Parliaments can evaluate efficacy, quality and relevance," Ms Wendy Hart, the.

The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee will undertake post legislative scrutiny to build on initial post legislative scrutiny undertaken by the predecessor Enterprise and Business Committee (Active Travel: the start of the journey (February ). Engagement Activity. Post-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information Act 26 July The Freedom of Information Act is generally working well and its scope should not be diminished, although some concerns raised about its operation need to be addressed, according to MPs on the Justice Select Committee who have scrutinised the effectiveness of the.

Select Committee on the Mental Capacity Act Report of Session –14 Mental Capacity Act post-legislative scrutiny Ordered to be printed 25 February and published 13 March Published by the Authority of the House of Lords London:.

Certified Course on Post-Legislative Scrutiny. The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London (IALS) and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) are joining forces in offering a certified course on Post-Legislative Scrutiny (PLS).

The one-week professional course will take place from 1 July to 5 July Advanced Certified Course on Post-Legislative Scrutiny. The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London (IALS) and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) are joining forces in offering a second certified course on Post-Legislative Scrutiny (PLS).

The one-week professional course will take place from 6 July to 10 July. Description: The Government presented its Post-legislative Scrutiny of the Serious Crime Act Memorandum to the Home Affairs Committee and Justice Committee in November The parts of the Memorandum falling within the Justice Committee's remit were a) Serious Crime Prevention Orders and b) Part 2, in particular, offences of encouraging.

Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee, 8th Report, (Session 4) 3 Current good practice Although this inquiry started with the premise that post-legislative scrutiny in the Parliament could be improved, the Committee believes the current picture is more positive than some have suggested.

The Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee will undertake post legislative scrutiny to build on initial post legislative scrutiny undertaken by the predecessor Enterprise and Business Committee (Active Travel: the start of the journey (February ). Senedd Pierhead How to get to us Book a group visit or a guided tour of the Senedd.Ensuring laws are brought into effect and that they have an impact is the key aim of post-legislative scrutiny and nowhere is this mechanism more important than when it comes to strengthening the protection and promotion of human rights.Post-legislative scrutiny by House of Lords committees.

The first House of Lords post-legislative scrutiny committee was appointed in the –13 session to examine adoption legislation.

In –14, exceptionally, two post-legislative committees were appointed, and one has been appointed in each subsequent year.