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What is the difference between the Standing Committee I and the Monitoring Committee of the Chamber of Representatives responsible for monitoring the Standing Committee P and the Standing Committee I?

Since 2014 a “Monitoring Committee responsible for monitoring the Standing Committee P and the Standing Committee I” has been created within the Chamber of Representatives. This monitoring committee consists of thirteen deputies. They have to monitor, among others, the functioning of the Standing Committee I, which is thus not part of the Chamber of Representatives.
This competence previously fell to a special committee of the Senate. Pursuant to the sixth state reform, this competence has been transferred to the Chamber.
This monitoring committee can give the Standing Committee I an investigation assignment into the intelligence services.
Besides, the committee can ask the Standing Committee I to issue advice on a Bill, draft Royal Decree, Circular Letters or any other document relating to intelligence work.
It also examines the investigation reports that the Standing Committee I produces and can have any investigation file sent for the purpose of preparing legislative work.
Finally, the monitoring committee discusses the annual activity report of the Standing Committee I and examines the draft budget.

Composition of the monitoring committee

The monitoring committee is currently composed as follows: Peter Buysrogge (N-VA), Joy Donné (N-VA), Cécile Thibaut (Ecolo-Groen), Stefaan Van Hecke (Ecolo-Groen), André Flahaut (PS), Ahmed Laaouej (PS), Ortwin Depoortere (VB), Marijke Dillen (VB), Denis Ducarme (MR), Servais Verherstraeten (CD&V), Nabil Boukili (PVDA-PTB), Patrick Dewael (Open Vld), Bert Moyaers (sp.a) and Georges Dallemagne (cdH) (as non-voting member). The Speaker of the Chamber of Representatives, Eliane Tillieux (PS), chairs the committee.

Publications of the Parliamentary monitoring committees I and P relating to the Standing Committee I

  • Activity report 2018 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 55-0888/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2017 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review committee (Legislative document no. 54-3375/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2016 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review committee (Legislative document no. 54-2734 [pdf]
  • Activity report 2015 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review committee (Legislative document no. 54-2185 [pdf]
  • Activity report 2014 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 5-1340/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2013 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 5-0720/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2012 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 5-2426/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2010 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 5-1080/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2009 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no.4-545/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2008 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 4-1405/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2007 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 4-874/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2006 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 4-521/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2005 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no.4-521/1) [pdf]
  • Report on behalf of the committee responsible for monitoring the Standing Committee I on the action of the intelligence services in the fight against proliferation further to an export dossier (Legislative document no. 3-1542/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2004 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 4-1105/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2003 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 4-725/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2002 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 3-264/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2001 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 2-1171/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 2000 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 2-867/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 1999 supplementary of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 2-531/1) [pdf]
  • Activity report 1999 of the Standing intelligence Agencies Review Committee (Legislative document no. 2-332/1) [pdf]
  • Evaluation of the functioning of the Standing Committees P and I (Legislative document no. 1-258/1) [pdf]

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