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Alexander Shcherba, "There will be a busy schedule in September"


Members of the Presidium of the republic's legislature discussed plans for the first autumn month on the eve of the plenary session. The session of the 1st session of the VI session of the sixth convocation of the Supreme Council, scheduled for September 12 will open it. Tomorrow the deputies will discuss about 15 legislations and resolutions. Basically these are those issues, work on which was started during the previous session. The agenda includes amendments to the laws "On civil status acts", "On the fundamentals of protecting citizens' health", "On education", as well as amendments and addenda to the Housing and Land Codes.

Traditionally, in the autumn, legislators will be focused on discussing legislations of economic direction. As the Chairman of the Supreme Council Alexander Shcherba reminded, many documents in accordance with the current legislation should be adopted, signed by the President and published before October 1.

The development of the tax base will form the basis of the republican budget for 2019. Therefore, autumn is traditionally the time of work on the state's main financial law. At the meeting with the President, which took place on the eve of the opening of the VI session of the Supreme Council, Alexander Shcherba noted that when working on the budget-2019, special attention will be paid to state target programs.

According to the speaker, a package of legislations submitted to the Supreme Council, which assumes a new approach to the activities of individual entrepreneurs, will also be the subject of discussion among legislators.

This week, after the parliamentary holidays, the profile committees will resume their work. So, meetings of the Committee on legislation, law enforcement, defense, security, peacekeeping, protection of citizens' rights and freedoms, as well as on the development of entrepreneurship and industry are planned. The Committee for Regional Policy prepares parliamentary hearings devoted to the development of architecture and town planning. It is planned for Friday.

By decision of the members of the Presidium of the Supreme Council, the next plenary meeting is scheduled for September 19.