The Supreme Council will consider in the final reading the legislative initiative of a group of deputies who have proposed extending the construction amnesty in the course of the plenary session tomorrow.
Amendments to the law "On some additional state measures aimed at minimizing the negative impact of external economic factors" imply the inclusion in the list of amnesty houses that were built with violations before January 1, 2021. Previously, houses built before 2016 fell under the construction amnesty. The law will be in effect until the end of 2022. This suggests that the owners of such houses within the next year will be given the opportunity to register construction or redevelopment without submitting an architectural project. Administrative measures will not be applied.
The parliamentary corps will consider in the first reading on November 24 the amendments and additions to the laws "On public-private partnership", "On tax on income of organizations", "On the lease of state and municipal property" and "On purchases in the PMR" proposed by the Government. According to the authors of the legislative initiative, it is necessary to create more attractive conditions for the participation of private business in the implementation of socially significant projects in Pridnestrovie. The law-in-draft proposes to make the mandatory terms of the public-private partnership agreement more liberal.
In addition, by the decision of the Presidium, a number of legislative initiatives were included in the parliament's agenda, which will be considered in accordance with the schedule of the plenary sessions of the Supreme Council.
The Parliament will discuss law-in-draft with amendments to the law "On payments for environmental pollution and the use of natural resources" during one of the next sessions. The Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources proposes to supplement the lists of rare and endangered species of animals and plants that are recommended to be taken under state protection. Some species of animals and plants are proposed to be included in the Red Book of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.