Members of the Presidium of the Supreme Council discussed a number of legislations that are on the agendas of the next plenary sessions.
As for tomorrow, there are about 20 legislations on the agenda. Deputies will discuss the amendments proposed by the government to the law “On additional measures aimed at stabilizing the economy of the PMR”. We are talking about new measures to support the clothing and footwear industry. The essence of legislative innovations is that the state reduces the tax burden for enterprises of these sectors, and the saved funds to increase the salaries of employees of primary production.
Since April, a new tax system for individual entrepreneurs has been operating in the republic. The Supreme Council and the Government continue to receive questions, requests and suggestions.
In the course of the next plenary sessions, it is planned to submit a number of legislations discussed at the presidium meeting today for consideration by the deputy corps. Among them there are amendments and additions to the law "On Universal Military Duty and Military Service". It is proposed to grant the right to receive a deferment from military conscription to citizens who for the first time receive a higher professional medical education for the entire period of study and internship and residency. The author, the President of the republic, proposes to grant the right to receive a deferment from military service to the PMR citizens, constantly working doctors in state and municipal healthcare institutions of the republic.
Deputies in the first reading will consider law-in-draft amending and supplementing the Penal Code. As follows from the explanatory note to the law-in-draft, the initiative is aimed at liberalizing the existing criminal-executive legislation. The authors are deputies Galina Antyufeeva, Grigory Dyachenko, Vitaly Kalin and Valery Babchinetsky. The goals of the law-in-draft presented by them are to improve the situation of convicts who are the only parent who are serving sentences in places of deprivation of liberty; social adaptation of convicts serving sentences in correctional colonies of general regime, as well as realization of the rights of convicts to education.