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Improvement of the legislative framework


The committees of the Supreme Council summarize the past legislative year. There were 45 legislations, 18 of which were profile ones during the reporting period, for consideration of the deputies of the Committee on Public Associations, Sport, Information and Youth Policy.

Among the signed by the President is the law "On Information, Information Technologies and Information Protection". According to the proposed norms, the technical means of information systems, the operators of which are state authorities, should be located on the territory of the republic.

The law "On the Basics of Public Control" was adopted in the third and final reading. The work on it was conducted in parallel with the consideration of the same new for the legal framework of the Republic of the law-in-draft "On the Public Chamber". Both draft laws are aimed at establishing a constructive dialogue between the authorities and society.

Among the adopted by the deputy corps and signed by the President is the law "On electronic document and electronic signature". This law will streamline and simplify the introduction of electronic signatures in all power structures, including the judiciary and the prosecutor's office. As a result, it will significantly reduce the bureaucratic burden and ease the work of users of this modern technology.

The deputies supported the law-in-draft, providing for the exclusion of the state fee charged for issuing the electronic digital signature certificate again. The legislative initiative was developed by the relevant committee in the framework of the electronic document management mechanism.

The Supreme Council approved amendments to the law "On meetings, rallies, demonstrations, marches and pickets". The author of the law-in-draft is the chairman of the responsible committee Igor Buga. According to the developer, the legislation in this area is mainly aimed at protecting the rights and interests of the organizers and participants of public events. The new law-in-draft will provide not only openness and transparency in the organization of public actions, but also provide for the measures of responsibility of their organizers, including for ensuring security in their conduct.

The deputies of the responsible committee in the past parliamentary season worked to revive the physical culture movement, popular in the Soviet years. The essence of the legislative initiative introduced by a group of deputies is to introduce GTO (ready for labor and defense) standards in schools. The order of their surrender will be voluntary. Those who master the standards, expect certain preferences, for example, when entering public higher education institutions. The amendments touched upon the law "On Physical Culture and Sport", which is now being prepared in the committee for adoption in the second reading.