|CHAIR:||Jović, Ivo Miro|
|FIRST DEPUTY CHAIR:||Šaraba, Slobodan|
|SECOND DEPUTY CHAIR:||Tihić, Sulejman|
The Constitutional-Legal Committee of the House of Peoples monitors the implementation of the BiH Constitution; considers issues relevant to the constitutional order of Bosnia and Herzegovina and makes suggestions for amendments to the BiH Constitution; examines and submits to the House opinions on proposed amendments to the BiH Constitution; when the House deems it necessary, holds public hearings about proposed amendments to the BiH Constitution or draft laws and informs the House about the results of such public debate; considers draft laws which the House may approve with a view to assessing their conformity with the BiH Constitution and the legal system as well as the standard legal wording of draft laws; also, reports to the House its opinion of and proposals for legal and technical corrections of the obvious errors noticed in the text of draft laws; considers legislative methodology issues and other issues relevant to the standard legal wording of draft laws to be considered by the House; presents opinions to the BiH Constitutional Court; takes part in preparing the work program related to the House’s legislative activity; makes, jointly with the relevant committee of the House of Representatives, a revised text of draft laws and other regulations if and when so authorized by both Houses of the BiH PA; In accordance to the Rules of Procedure, considers motions for lifting immunity and propose relevant decisions to the House with respect to immunity.
The Committee considers issues which pertain to: the legal system, the electoral system, the BiH Council of Ministers, public holidays at the state level, the coat of arms, the flag and the state anthem of BiH, the seal of BiH, state administration, the implementation of international and national criminal legislation and other issues within the House’s scope of responsibility which do not fall within the scope of other committees.