The Committee on Education, Public Associations and Mass Media considered the law-in-draft with amendments to the law “On the foundations of public control in the PMR” in the first reading.
The Committee on Legislation will recommend the law-in-draft introduced by the President of the PMR and providing for deferral from conscription for military service to graduates of special institutions who go to serve in the fire brigade for adoption in the first reading.
The Committee on Economic Policy considered the law-in-draft of the PMR “On the approval of the state target program “Preferential lending to the citizens of the PMR who are participants in the hostilities to protect the PMR, who became disabled of groups I or II of general illness, work injury, occupational disease, illness period of military service, disabled persons of I or II groups of vision" for the period 2021–2026" in the second reading.
The Committee on Economic Policy, Budget and Finance considered amendments and additions to the law "On Personal Income Tax".
Deputies of the Committee on Economic Policy considered in the first reading the law-in-draft with amendments and additions to the laws "On State Duty" and "On Trademarks, Service Marks, Appellations of Origin of Goods and Brand Names".
Deputies of the Committee on Legislation proposed to overcome the President's veto on the law adopted by the Supreme Council on the legislative consolidation of the concept of "Deputy act".
The Committee on Education, Public Associations and Mass Media considered today several legislations that imply the possibility of switching to remote or electronic form of work.
In the first reading, The Committee on Economic Policy considered "On tax experiment conducting on digitalization of records management and administration of the activities of individual entrepreneurs on the territory of the PMR in 2021".
A group of deputies of the Legislation Committee acted as the author of amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses. Parliamentarians proposed to introduce liability for failure to provide a product or service to a consumer for reasons related to his health, disability or age.
Deputies of the Committee on Social Policy and Healthcare considered a number of reports prepared by the PMR Government on the implementation of some state target programs.