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The final plenary session of the Parliament’s spring term was held on Friday 26 June. In its final session, the Parliament passed the government proposal on the introduction of mobile applications for tracking the coronavirus and the assistance to be awarded to local authorities to compensate for the loss of tax revenue as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.
According to the plenary session schedule, the next plenary session will be held on 1 September. However, the Parliament may be convened as necessary.
Some of the committees will convene during the summer to discuss, for example, matters concerning the EU. The Grand Committee will be hearing the Prime Minister on 16 July prior to the European Council meeting.
There are no guided tours at the Parliament until further notice. For more information about guided tours, see Visiting Parliament.