Minutes shall be recorded on work at sessions.
Minutes shall contain basic data on the work of the session, participation in discussion and debate and the passage of decisions.
The results of voting on individual items shall be recorded in the minutes.
At the beginning of each session, all deputies shall be entitled to remark on the minutes of the preceding session.
The grounds for remarks on the minutes shall be decided upon without discussion and debate. If the remarks are accepted, the corresponding amendments shall be entered into the minutes.
Minutes not subject to remarks, or minutes amended in accordance with accepted remarks, shall be deemed adopted.
Adopted minutes shall be signed by the chair and Secretary of Parliament.
The original minutes of a session of Parliament shall be maintained by the Secretary of Parliament, and after the end of the term of office of Parliament they shall be stored in the archives of Parliament.
Audio recordings shall be made of parliamentary sessions.
The Secretary of Parliament shall be obliged to permit deputies to review the audio recordings of sessions at their request.
Deputies may, if possible, receive a transcript of audio recordings of sessions in written or electronic form at their own choice.
Deputies and others who spoke at sessions of Parliament may edit their speeches without entering any essential alterations to the text of these speeches.
Decision-making on questions as to the grounds of requests for corrections in transcripts of audio recordings of sessions shall be conducted at sessions without discussion and debate.