In Slovenia, the Netherlands and the UK, the public may attend a plenary or committee session without prior arrangement

Submitted by: National Democratic Institute for International Affairs

In Slovenia, 100 seats are available to the public for the plenary sessions and the parliamentary building is open to the public biweekly. In the Netherlands, there are 240 seats available to the public at plenary sessions. Committee sessions are held in several halls which have seats for 24 to 208 visitors. In the UK, the public can observe plenary sessions of both houses and the Westminster Hall debates from the public galleries.

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Slovenia, United Kingdom, Netherlands

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