Role of the Assembly Administration – Secretary General

The Secretary General of the Assembly leads the administration and is responsible for professional development of the administration and its services for the Assembly. He regularly reports to the Presidency of the Assembly, about the above mentioned duties. Secretary performs all his duties in close coordination with the President of the Assembly.

Assembly Administration provides professional, administrative and technical support for the needs of the Assembly, the Presidency, committees, parliamentary groups and Assembly MPs, individually.

Secretary General is present at all plenary sessions, to ensure that MPs receive support services to carry out the work of the Assembly, as easily as possible.

The Assembly Administration consists of 190 officials and is organized as follows: the Secretary General Office, General Directorate for Legal Issues and General Directorate for Administration.