The Committee on Education, Public Associations and Mass Media prepared law-in-draft on introducing amendment to the law “On freedom of conscience and on religious associations” for consideration at the plenary session.
The Committee on Education, Public Associations and Mass Media considered the draft of the new law "On tourism in the PMR". The current one – "On the basics of tourism activities in the PMR" does not fully regulate this sphere.
Amendments to the law "On Education" and "On the Status of Servicemen" were considered by deputies of the relevant committee.
The profile committee considered legislations related to absentee voting of non-profit organizations online, amendments to the law "On Education" and the republican budget of 2022.
The Committee on Education recommends the law-in-draft concerning the acquisition of additional qualifications by students for adoption in the first reading.
5 cultural heritage sites will be added to the list of monuments that will be renovated by 2023. Deputies of the Committee on Education, Culture, Public Associations and Mass Media supported the corresponding law-in-draft.
Deputies of the Committee on Education, Public Associations and Mass Media considered the draft of the next five-year Textbook program. It is aimed, among other things, at the creation of textbooks in the Ukrainian and Moldavian languages.
The Unified State Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage Objects will include a memorial sign "Tank crossing" located in Slobodzeya district in the village Sukleya near the Dniester River. Deputies of the relevant committee recommend adopting the law-in-draft in two readings.
Amendments are being made to the Law "On Education" that will establish a unified procedure for attestation for employees of educational organizations and other institutions conducting pedagogical activities. The initiative was considered by the profile committee.
The Committee on Education, Public Associations and the Media will recommend to colleagues in the deputy corps to approve the annual reports of the chief editors of state media.