A group of deputies of the Supreme Council came up with a proposal to extend the construction amnesty. The Parliament supported the amendments to the law "On some additional state measures aimed at minimizing the negative impact of external economic factors" in the final reading today. The list of private houses subject to amnesty now includes those that were built or rebuilt with violations before January 1, 2021.
“The essence of the amnesty was that all houses no higher than 3 floors, built before 2016, fell under the construction amnesty. That is, simplified registration. This law-in-draft is supposed to include all houses that were built before 2021. That is, even new houses fall under the construction amnesty”, explained one of the authors of the law-in-draft, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Regional Policy, Local Self-Government and Housing and Utilities Anton Onufrienko.
The law itself will be in effect until the end of 2022. This suggests that the owners of houses that have fallen under construction amnesty will be given the opportunity to register construction or redevelopment without submitting an architectural project within the next year. Administrative measures will not be applied to them. The requirements for the safe operation of facilities must be observed in this case. The law was sent for signature to the President of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.