The Commission on Parliamentary Reform presented its report to the Scottish Parliament on 20th June 2017.
Since November 2016 the Commission has met with and considered the views of over twelve hundred people from across Scotland including MSPs and former MSPs, academics, the third sector and members of the public. These meetings and the written views have helped inform us in our deliberations. The report makes a series of recommendations which collectively will strengthen the Parliament’s scrutiny role and encourage wider engagement. The full report is available to read here (PDF).