The law-in-draft with additions to some legislative acts of the PMR was considered by deputies in the first reading. We are talking about donation, or rather about the benefits that are provided to people who donated blood. According to the current legislation, the donor is entitled to an additional day of rest after he donated blood. This rule of law is due to the fact that the human body needs rest and time to restore blood volume. However, at the moment, the military does not have such a right.
According to the deputies of the relevant committee, the adoption of this law-in-draft will increase the number of military donors. In turn, this will contribute to better meeting the current needs of medical institutions for blood components.
Deputies of the Committee on Social Policy considered the law-in-draft with amendments to the Law "On state support of young families for the purchase of housing" in the first reading. The initiative provides for the expansion of the categories of young professionals who can qualify for state subsidies to purchase their own housing.
Currently, some of those who are eligible for subsidies are certified officers of the penal system of the Ministry of Justice. In addition to this category of employees, the structure of the Ministry of Justice also includes a convoy battalion of internal troops. The law does not provide for state subsidies for this category of young specialists.
The committee will recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt the legislations in the first reading.