Presenting a case for consultation is done when the Ministry wants to consult affected parties on a suggested bill or act.
Consultations are used to allow the public, organisations and the business community to state their opinion, and to control how the public administration works and performs their tasks.
Among the cases presented for consultation are suggested laws and regulations to regulate people’s right and duties, suggested changes in how the public administration is organised (for instance relocation), jurisdiction changes, as well as reports.
28/06/2011ConsultationMinistry of Culture and Equality
The Ministry of Culture hereby presents a proposal for amendments to the Broadcasting Regulations. It is proposed to include in Chapter 5 of the Broadcasting Regulations a provision for the drawing up of a list of events of major significance for
Deadline for consultation: 24/09/2011Status: Consultation has been processed
The Norwegian Policy Coherence for Development Commission completed its mission on 9 September. A broad public hearing for its report “Coherent for Development?” is scheduled to last until 31 December 2008.
Deadline for consultation: 31/12/2008Status: Consultation has been processed
12/09/2002ConsultationMinistry of Petroleum and Energy
The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has sent on public consultation until 22 October 2002 a proposal for amendments to the Petroleum Regulations and new Regulations for determining tariffs. The proposed regulations will establish a new access