National Assembly for Wales
Assembly members from all parties
are able to voice their opinions as to how each subject area
should be dealt with by the executive. They do this mostly
through Subject Committees, which develop policies
and examine what the Assembly does. Members are elected to
serve on the Subject Committees so that the balance of political
groups in the Assembly is reflected, as far as practicable,
in the membership of each committee
represent the needs and interests of their localities and
they convey issues of local concern to the full Assembly and
to the Subject Committees. There are four Regional Committees,
which are made up of members from the relevant constituency
and electoral region.
Most committee meetings take
place in public and a number are broadcast.
These pages give you access to details of committee membership-
a view of all current and past business of the committees
and a virtual tour of the committee rooms.