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Sámedikki čoahkkin | Sämitige čuákkim
Sääʹmteeʹǧǧ sååbbar | Saamelaiskäräjien kokous
24.9.2018 | 10:00 | Sajos, Anár | Aanaar | Aanar | Inari

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The Self-Government Body of the Sámi

The Sámi Parliament is the supreme political body of the Sámi in Finland representing the Sámi in national and international connections. It is an independent legal entity of public law which, due to its self-governmental nature, is not a state authority or part of the public administration.

The Sámi in Finland

The Sámi are the only indigenous people within the European Union Area. The Sámi Area called Sápmi, that is, the nuclear region the Sámi inhabit within four countries, consists of northern parts of Finland, almost half of Sweden and Norway as well as parts of the Kola Peninsula in Russia.

News

International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, 9 August

August 9 is commemorated as the International Day of the World’s…
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Ijahis Idja Festival Celebrates 15 Years – Program Now Published

The Indigenous People’s Music Festival, Ijahis Idja, has published…

The Sámi Parliament's Secretariat is Closed July 2-August 3, 2018

The Sámi Parliament's secretariat is closed July 2-August 3,…
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Ijahis Idja is Looking for Volunteers!

Ijahis Idja needs volunteers to help the festival between August…

Calendar

Meetings

13.9.2018 Board meeting 12/2018 in Inari

24.9.2018 The Sámi Parliament’s Plenum 3/2018, Inari, Sajos

Events

The 21 members, and 4 deputies, are elected from among the Sámi every four years. The Plenum represents the supreme authority of the Sámi Parliament.

The Plenum appoints four committees for its electoral period. It also appoints the Sámi Language Council and the Electoral Committee, which has a shorter term of office than the other committees.

In Sámi Parliament’s Flickr-account you will find photos about the work of the Parliament, its members and events. The images may be used in news reporting and other communications aimed at public information dissemination.

The Sámi Parliament’s main office and parliament hall are located in the Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos, in the village of Inari. You may visit the Sámi Parliament House by taking part to guided tours.

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Mâŋŋa jõnn saǥstõõllâm Sääʹmteeʹǧǧ sååbbar heelǥii halltõõzz eʹtǩǩõshämmaz sääʹmteʹǧǧlääʹjj muʹttma. Sååbbar jiõnsti tuʹmmstõõǥǥâst koolm vuâra. Mââimõsân jiõnsteš halltõõzz eʹtǩǩõõzzâst heelǥeed eʹtǩǩõshämmaz da Jan Saijets eʹtǩǩõõzzâst oudlded tuejjeed muttsid eʹtǩǩõshämmsa jiõni 11-8 (õhtt kuâras jiõnn). www.samediggi.fi/2018/09/25/saamtegg-ij-priimmam-etkkoshammaz-saamtegglaajj-muttma/?lang=nuo

Vijđes savâstâllâm maŋa Sämitige čuákkim hilgoi haldâttâs oovdânpyehtimhammiittâs sämitiggelaavâ nubásmitmân. Čuákkim jienâstij miärádâsâst kulmii. Majemužžân jienâstii stiivrâ iävtuttâsâst hilgođ oovdânpyehtimhammiittâs já Jan Saijets iävtuttâsâst vaattâđ toohâđ nubástusâid oovdânpyehtimhammiittâsân puáđusin 11 – 8 (ohtâ kuárus jienâ). www.samediggi.fi/2018/09/25/samitigge-ij-tuhhiittam-oovdanpyehtimhammiittas-samitiggelaava-nubasm...
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Viiddis ságastallama maŋŋá Sámedikki dievasčoahkkin hilggui ráđđehusa hámusevttohusa sámediggelága nuppástuhttimis. Čoahkkimis jienastuvvui mearrádusas golbmii. Maŋimužžan jienastuvvui stivrra evttohusas ahte hámusevttohusa galgá hilgut ja Jan Saijetsa evttohusas ahte galgá eaktudit ahte hámusevttohussii dahkkojuvvojit nuppástusat jienain 11-8 (okta guoros jietna). www.samediggi.fi/2018/09/25/samediggi-ii-dohkkehan-hamusevttohusa-samediggelaga-nuppastuhttimis/?...

Laajan keskustelun jälkeen Saamelaiskäräjien kokous hylkäsi hallituksen esitysluonnoksen saamelaiskäräjälain muuttamiseksi. Kokous äänesti päätöksestä kolmesti. Viimeisenä äänestettiin hallituksen esityksestä hylätä esitysluonnos ja Jan Saijetsin esityksestä edellyttää tehtäväksi muutoksia esitysluonnokseen tuloksin 11 – 8 (yksi tyhjä ääni). www.samediggi.fi/2018/09/25/saamelaiskarajat-ei-hyvaksynyt-esitysluonnosta-saamelaiskarajalain-mu...
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