Deputies of the Legislation Committee considered law-in-draft with amendments to the law “On mobilization preparation and mobilization” prepared by the Government. The document is aimed at creating more flexible and efficient system for collecting information from business entities on the availability of material resources on the territory of the PMR. The implementation of state powers in the field of ensuring the country's defense and its security is associated, inter alia, with the need to monitor the state of the state material reserve and the availability of material resources. These are food products, pharmaceutical products, fuels and lubricants. The possibility of such monitoring is associated with the need to request information from a number of commercial organizations of non-state ownership.
The law-in-draft proposes to grant the right to the supreme executive body of state power to determine the procedure for providing organizations with information necessary for development and implementation of mobilization measures, including information on the availability of material resources on the territory of the PMR.
The Committee will recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt this law-in-draft in two readings at once.
The deputies of the Committee in the first reading considered amendments to the Civil Code of the PMR. The law-in-draft was developed by the Government. It will allow concluding government contracts for a wider range of people, namely, to the bodies of state power and administration, bodies exercising state power, local government bodies, as well as organizations or institutions acting as the main managers of budgetary funds. The adoption of the law-in-draft will make it possible to distribute budget funds more evenly, which will have a beneficial effect on the general socio-economic situation. Deputies of the relevant committee will recommend the Supreme Council to adopt the document in the first reading.
The law-in-draft with amendments to the Law "On State Registration of Legal Entities and Individual Entrepreneurs in the PMR" is proposed to consolidate the norm that will give the right to the state authority, which is in charge of issues of archiving and document management, to determine the procedure for transferring documents contained in state registers for permanent storage to the state archives.
In accordance with the current norms of the law, in the event of changes in the information contained in the state registers, the previously entered information must be saved. The procedure and terms for excluding obsolete information from state registers and destroying obsolete documents are determined by the Government.
However, in the course of law enforcement practice and legal analysis, it was revealed that the exclusion of any outdated information from the state registers, as well as the destruction of outdated documents, contradicts the provisions of the Law on State Registration of Legal Entities and Individual Entrepreneurs, as well as the norms of the Law on Archival Affairs.
The Legislative Committee supported this initiative and will recommend the Supreme Council to adopt the law-in-draft in two readings at once.