Nancy R. Guishard-Joubert, LL.M.
The Secretary General manages the secretariat. The Presidium exercises supervision hereupon. The secretariat is the department within Parliament that assists and supports Parliament. According to article 57, paragraph 3 of the Constitution Parliament appoints, suspends and dismisses the Secretary General. The main tasks of the Secretary General are:
- Assist the Presidium
- Manage the secretariat
- Manage the budget
- Make documents available to the Members
- Make sure minutes are made of public meetings
When necessary the acting Secretaries General replace the Secretary General.