Deputies considered legislations that will be included in the agenda of the next plenary sessions in the course of online meeting of the Supreme Council Committee on Social Policy. One of them is aimed at supporting retirees.
The Supreme Council Committee on Economic Policy, Budget and Finance has considered a number of legislations that are planned to be included in the agenda of the next plenary sessions.
During the online meeting of the Legislation Committee of the Supreme Council, a number of legislations were considered that will be included in the agenda of the next plenary sessions.
The Committee on Agro-Industrial Complex, Transport, Construction, Natural Resources and Ecology in the course of the meeting considered in the second reading the law-in-draft with amendments to the law “On the basics of the tax system in the PMR”.
Deputies in the course of the meeting of the Committee on Legislation considered legislative initiative of the PMR President to extend the period of validity of the norms of a number of laws aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus infection in the republic.
The Head of the Parliamentary Committee on Legislation Galina Antyufeyeva outlined the Committee's plans for the autumn session.
Deputies considered a number of legislative initiatives of their colleagues at the meeting of the Committee on Social Policy. It was regarding provision of wheelchairs for elderly people, hearing aids for disabled persons of the III group and payment of compensation for car repairs to disabled war veterans.
Deputies propose to change the approach to calculating pension payments for pensioners who have long work experience, but during the working period they received low wages. The law-in-draft of a group of deputies of the Supreme Council was considered in the course of the meeting of the Committee on Social Policy.
The Agro-Industrial Complex Committee considered a number of legislations that will be submitted to the next plenary sessions.
Deputies of the Committee on Education, Science and Culture held the first meeting after parliamentary holidays. The issues that relate to the certification of management and teaching staff, as well as incentives for students to be active are included to the agenda.