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Law/Patents - Government / Politics / italian parliament
|Italian term or phrase: ordine del giorno|
|In a political context: ODG approvato dalla camera dei deputati|
It is a " testo che, durante il procedimento legislativo, viene presentato e posto in votazione, recante istruzioni e direttive al Governo in relazione alla legge in esame. Il Governo può dichiarare di accettare l'ordine del giorno senza porre condizioni, oppure di accettarlo come raccomandazione, di accettarlo subordinatamente a qualche modifica o può dichiarare di non accettarlo. "
Neither AGENDA nor ORDER OF THE DAY reflect this meaning...
|order of business/main business/order paper/orders of the day/|
I don't believe this is referred to as the "Agenda" in the British parliament. As far as I'm aware "orders of the day" is the correct term. The order paper lists the bills which are to be read/debated/voted upon that day. Here's an entry from one of two UK parliament glossaries indicated below.
Order of Business
The Order of Business lists business set down for each day's sitting in the House of Commons: it is in effect the House's agenda. It follows the normal order in which business is conducted, although not all items taken on the floor of the House require to be notified in
the Order of Business. The following headings are used to describe the main categories of business: Prayers, Adjournment Debates , Private Business, Questions for Oral Answer, Urgent Questions and Ministerial Statements, Preliminary Business, Main business, (today's) Adjournment Debate, Committee Meetings, Written Questions tabled on previous day for answer today, Standing Committee Notices, Memoranda. Further information can be obtained from factsheet P16 on the UK Parliament website.
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