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Creation of conditions for non-cash payment of certificates

Комитет по законодательству, правоохранительным органам, обороне, безопасности, миротворческой деятельности, защите прав и свобод граждан


The "Electronic payments" state information system is being developed in Pridnestrovie. Its launch will make it possible to pay for government services by bank transfer, without the need to submit receipts. According to the current legislation, the applicant is obliged to bring a document confirming the payment. For example, the applicant must pay the state duty on the issued personal account in one of the banks and bring the receipt to the registry office in order to receive any certificate from the registry office, and in the case of settlement via the Internet bank, it is necessary to bring a printed receipt of payment. They want to change this approach and exclude the current norm for the convenience of citizens and providing the right to choose the form of calculation. Corresponding amendments are made to 16 laws. The legislations were supported by the deputies of the Committee on Legislation at an online meeting.

Officials will be able to independently verify that the service has been paid for after the implementation of "Electronic payments". It will be possible to track the status of the payment online.

The provision of public services is gradually being optimized in the republic. Today, many certificates can be ordered on the Public Services Portal and pay the state fee in a non-cash form. In addition, work is underway to organize payment for public services on the spot: through QR codes and POS terminals, which will be located in administrative buildings.

The "Electronic payments" information system is in the process of development. According to the deputies of the Committee the new rule, exempting citizens to submit receipts for payment by bank transfer should come into force from March 1, 2022. The relevant committee recommends the proposed legislations for adoption in two readings in the course of the plenary session.