The agenda of regular meeting of the profile parliamentary committee on economic policy, budget and finance included budget issues most of all. The first deputies considered the proposal of the government to include budgetary expenses for sanatorium treatment of preferential categories of the population, including veterans of the Great Patriotic War, participants in the military actions to protect the PMR in the 1992, "Afghans", "Chernobyl victims", etc., to socially protected articles of the law on the republican budget for the current year. We are talking about the amount of 684 thousand rubles.
The parliamentarians of the responsible committee recommended their colleagues on the deputy corps to adopt the law-in-draft "On Making Amendments and Addenda to the Law "On the Republican Budget 2018" in the first reading.
The subject of consideration of the meeting of the parliamentary committee on economic policy, budget and finance was also 25 amendments prepared after the adoption by the Supreme Council in the first reading of the law-in-draft "On Amendments and Addenda to the Law "On the Republican Budget 2018". A number of them turned out to be rather controversial, as they concerned the transfer policy. The interests of the regions during the meeting were defended by the heads of the representative bodies of power of Tiraspol and Slobodzeya Albina Ivanova and Vasily Chernobay. The first spoke about the lack of motivation for local authorities to receive additional income, the second - the need for a clear implementation of socially protected articles of the republican budget.
At the same time, the deputies of the profile committee recognized the imperfection of the current legislation, which does not motivate the regions to receive large incomes. In this regard, they expressed hope that these aspects, the government, as the developer of the main financial document, will take into account when developing the law-in-draft on the republican budget 2019. In accordance with the current legislation, it must be submitted to the Supreme Council for consideration by September 10.