The working week in the Pridnestrovian parliament began with the meeting of the Committee on Education, Science and Culture. Deputies in the second reading examined amendments in the law "On immovable cultural heritage sites". The law-in-draft is designed to regulate the procedure for maintaining the Unified State Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage Objects. This register is a list of immovable cultural heritage sites that must be taken under state protection. However, there is no information about the author and the date of creation for many of the presented objects. The absence in the register of this information is due to the fact that the age of many objects is not established. They include some burial grounds and burial mounds.
Mikhail Burla, the author of the law-in-draft supposes that if there is no possibility to establish the author and the age of the cultural heritage object, it is necessary to provide for the possibility not to indicate this information in the Register. The profile parliamentary committee recommended that the legislative initiative for adoption in the second reading.
The deputies considered legislations that are under the jurisdiction of other committees. Among them, there are amendments to the law "On the licensing system in the sphere of economic activity". The legislation was drafted by Deputy Viktor Guzun. It is proposed to specify specific norms of the law, among which the concept of "single register of permits".