18 February 2013
The House of Representatives will be in recess from Friday 15 February 2013 until Monday 25 February 2013. The next plenary debate will be on Tuesday 26 February 2013.
11 February 2013
The new King will be sworn in and inaugurated at a public and joint session of the two Houses of the States General, to be held in the Nieuwe Kerk Church in the capital city, Amsterdam.
5 February 2013
On Tuesday 29 January 2 pm, at the beginning of the plenary sitting, the Speaker of the House of Representatives briefly considered the announcement of Her Majesty the Queen to abdicate on 30 April 2013.
21 January 2013
On Wednesday 10 January 2013 the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ms Anouchka van Miltenburg, paid a visit to Brussels.
14 January 2013
On Thursday 10 and Friday 11 January 2013 the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ms Anouchka van Miltenburg, paid a visit to Luxembourg.
21 December 2012
After a long day of debating on Thursday 20 December, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ms Anouchka van Miltenburg, closed the year 2012.
20 December 2012
The President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives have jointly notified the European Commission that both Houses have decided to show the "yellow card" to the proposal of the Commission on gender equality among non-executive directors of companies listed on stock exchanges.
12 December 2012
On Friday 14 December the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ms Anouchka van Miltenburg, will have an introductory talk with representatives from Sint Maarten, Aruba and Curaçao.
4 December 2012
On Wednesday 5 December 2012 Mr Maroš Šefčovič, one of the Vice-Presidents of the European Commission, will pay a visit to the House of Representatives.
21 November 2012
On Wednesday 21 November the brainstorming group on the Costs and effects of climate and energy policy of the House of Representatives presented a review study on the Dutch climate and energy policy 1989-2012 to the standing committee on Infrastructure and the Environment and the standing committee on Economic Affairs.