Former Justice Minister Robert Pelican (for sure) will be a member of the Government Legislative Council of September. He was proposed by the Ministry of Justice, led by Maria Benesova (on behalf of the ANO), to report on the Cabinets Department, the daily N reported today. The government has not yet confirmed the nomination.
"I received a suggestion from the Ministry of Justice, which I respect. I respect the authority and I enjoy legislation," Pelican, who is currently working as a lawyer, told the newspaper. "He is a former minister, gifted in legislation. He'll do it. Many people were there, didn't have the time and didn't go. I need someone to work intently," Benesova said. He also wants to add the Council to someone younger. According to her, the pelican should deal with business matters in the council.
The pelican refused to be a so-called taboo player. A member of the Legislative Council works according to the government's website for a symbolic reward, and according to diary N he earns about CZK 5,000 per month. The former minister will remain in the private sector and will work for the legislative council beyond his legal management.
According to a proposal from the Ministry of Justice, the 39-year-old Pelican was forced to replace the 51-year-old Michael Votrel of the Office of the State of Property Affairs at Hradec Kralove. He said that he did not know that the office would take him down after about two years.
Pelican was minister of justice from 2015 to 2018. Last April, he announced that he was leaving politics because of a break with the movement.
The Herman is back. I do not care for the membership of Válková in the Communist Party, Bobby defended me, he says
Recently, this is the second legislative change of the government. In May, the government confirmed Jiří Jelínek's troupe, who wrote a paper for Prime Minister Andrei Babiš (YES) this January. He replaced Tomáš Nevečeřal in the Council, wrote diary N. Minister of Interior and CSSD chief Jan Hamacek recently proposed his fellow Michal Hasek to the legislative council. The former minister of justice Jan Kněžínek, however, withdrew the offer of criticism.
The Legislative Council is an influential advisory body for the government. It assesses all draft laws, which are then decided by ministers. This will result in their comments and reservations regarding the drafts and recommend to the Cabinet how to proceed in the legislative process. It monitors in particular whether the proposals submitted comply with constitutional principles, international treaties, and EU treaties. Standards and other laws. The council members are advocates, advocates, law school teachers and other experts.