- What is secondary legislation
- What sort of things can be done by secondary legislation
- What is the difference between primary and secondary legislation
- How do committees look at secondary legislation
- How does the Parliament look at secondary legislation
- Affirmative SSIs
- Negative SSIs
- No procedure or laid only SSIs
- Provisional affirmative SSIs
- Super affirmative SSIs
- Statutory Instruments (SIs)
- How to follow secondary legislation
How does the Parliament look at secondary legislation?
Secondary legislation comes to the Scottish Parliament as SSIs (Scottish Statutory Instruments). SSIs can cover any subject area the Parliament looks at, like justice, the environment or education.
Because some SSIs need more parliamentary scrutiny than others, SSIs can follow different procedures. The different procedures are: