The Legislation Committees considered proposals for new legislation by taking evidence, usually from the member who put forward the legislation, stakeholders and other experts.
These Committees were established to last for the life of the Third Assembly to examine the Government's policies, actions and spending in their particular fields.
These Committees oversaw the work of the National Assembly and particularly the Government.
Information on inquiries carried out by Committees during the Third Assembly.
Documents and information relating to Committees from previous Assemblies.