Collection of Records
Many different types of records including documents, audio/visual records, publications, and documentary art records produced or received by the National Assembly offices under Article 10 of the National Assembly Record Management Rules are transferred.
Records of legislative activities including records about National Assembly members, political parties, etc. via donation or entrustment are collected.
How to donate records
Former/Incumbent National Assembly members, political party officials, locals, and foreign nationals.
All types of documents (audio/visual materials, documentary art records) produced/received concerning legislative activities.
National Assembly Archives Website → Introduction of the National Assembly Archives → How to donate records
Production of records preservation media
To preserve the records safely and prevent the loss of the original records, the preserved minutes with semi-permanent preservation period, and the filings of parliamentary inspections and investigations and confirmation hearings are digitized and converted into microfilms.
Records preservation treatment
Filings are classified by medium and by type, and preserved in the Preservation Stack, Documentary Art Records Stack, Audio-Visual Records Stack, and Temporary Records Stack. Filings subjected to acidification treatment are deoxidized, disinfected, and boxed.