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The meeting of the Presidium of the Supreme Council was chaired by the Parliament Speaker Alexander Korshunov.

Committee leaders considered legislations that would be on the February plenary agenda.

Amendments to the law “On licensing of certain types of activities” will be considered in the second, final reading. The law-in-draft was developed by the Government with the aim of state regulation of the activities of legal entities, including recruitment agencies that promote work abroad and provide employment services for our citizens outside of Pridnestrovie. The law-in-draft proposes to assign the employment of PMR citizens outside the republic to the number of licensed. The law-in-draft aims to help solve another problem - the outflow of labor. According to the Government, the adoption of this rule of law will create the legal basis for monitoring labor migration.

Amendments to the law “On additional guarantees for the social protection of orphans and children left without parental care” will be considered in the first reading at one of the upcoming plenary sessions. The document was prepared in order to extend the legal status for orphans and children left without parental care, who are unable for objective reasons to complete the organization of higher professional education before the age of 25.

Deputies will discuss in the first reading the law-in-draft "On approval of the state target program" Prevention of HIV / AIDS infection and infections in the PMR for 2020-2024 at the next plenary meeting.

The plans include consideration of reports on the implementation of the state target program “Oncology: improving oncological care for the population of Pridnestrovie” for 2016–2020, the state target program “Prevention of HIV / AIDS infection and infections in Pridnestrovie, 2016–2019”, and the state target program “Prevention of tuberculosis for 2016–2020” and the state target program “Immunization of the PMR population for 2016–2020”.