Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
The Constitutional and Legislative Affairs Committee have agreed to undertake an inquiry into inter-institutional working. The Committee intends to build on the work already undertaken by other legislatures on this issue, including the House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee; the House of Lords Constitution Committee and the Scottish Parliament’s Devolution (Further Powers) Committee.
The Committee has set the following inquiry objectives:
The inquiry will focus on two strands:
Strand I: Constitutional matters
To review how inter-institutional relations have influenced development of Welsh devolution since 1998. This will include looking at:
Strand II: Policy matters
By building on the work previously undertaken across the UK to explore within the Welsh context:
Disclosure of Information
The Assembly’s policy on disclosure of information is available; please ensure that you have considered these details carefully before submitting information to the Committee. Alternatively a hard copy of this policy can be requested by contacting the Clerk.
Invitation to contribute to the consultation
The Committee welcomes contributions in both or either of our official languages, English and Welsh. Information not submitted bilingually will not be translated and will be published in the language of submission only.
Submissions should be no longer than five sides of A4, with numbered paragraphs, and should focus on matters set out above. Please see guidance for those providing evidence for committees.
Responses should be submitted by Monday 5 June 2017. It may not be possible to take into account responses received after this date.
Should you wish to speak to someone regarding this consultation, please use the below contact details:
Legislation, Justice and Constitution Committee
National Assembly for Wales
Telephone: 0300 200 6565