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The basis for the development of changes to the law “On additional measures aimed at stabilizing the economy of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic” as appeals from organizations of the clothing industry, since today there is an acute shortage of seamstresses at enterprises.

One of the reasons for the current situation was the migration of the laboring population of the republic, including workers in the clothing industry, to neighboring Moldova in order to earn higher wages.

Organizations of the clothing industry proposed to fill the existing shortage of personnel by attracting new workers from among the residents of the settlements bordering the territory of Pridnestrovie who are not residents of Pridnestrovie to the sewing enterprises of the republic. The main incentive for applicants for jobs in Pridnestrovie should be to reduce the tax burden by providing standard wage deductions for wages established by the current tax legislation of the republic only for residents.

The law-in-draft during the discussion has undergone some additions. The deputies supported the proposal of the Union of Industrialists, Agrarians and Entrepreneurs and decided not to be limited only to the seamstresses. The list of working specialties subject to this law was supplemented by workers in the industrial sphere, as well as agriculture. The law-in-draft was adopted in the final reading.

In addition, at the plenary meeting, the deputies considered additions to the Law “On Environmental Protection”, aimed at improving the quality of services provided by organizations collecting and transporting solid household waste, as well as raising the level of effectiveness of state environmental safety policies. This legislative initiative was developed by a group of deputies.

At the same time, it is proposed to direct the money of the Ecological Fund to liquidate unauthorized dumps, cut down emergency trees, care for greenery and water them and then transfer them to the balance of specialized organizations that are state or municipal property.

Deputies supported this initiative and adopted the law-in-draft in two readings at once.