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The Supreme Council will hold the next plenary meeting on April 14


The Presidium of the Supreme Council determined the plans of the Parliament for the coming weeks. Members of the Presidium considered more than 20 legislations online. The Concept of National Security of the PMR, changes in the powers of state administrations and city district councils, additions to the law "On road safety" and changes to the laws on the state budget for 2020 and 2021 are among them.

The Committee on Legislation recommends for consideration by the Supreme Council at the plenary session in the first reading the draft Concept of National Security, proposed by the President of the PMR Vadim Krasnoselsky. 13 chapters deal with political, military, state, social, economic, food, social security and other spheres. The main principles of the Concept are observance of the norms of legislation, constitutional human rights and freedoms. One of the priority directions of ensuring the political security of the republic is the implementation of foreign policy activities focused on the recognition of Pridnestrovie, on the Eurasian integration, as well as strengthening the international authority of our state. The draft National Security Concept was developed as part of the implementation of the PMR Development Strategy until 2026.

It is proposed in the law regulating road safety to introduce new norms for the organization of car parks. The law-in-draft notes that there are currently no requirements and stipulated conditions in the legislation that parking must meet. Therefore, motorists park wherever and however they want. Deputies of the profile committee recommend to the Supreme Council to adopt the law-in-draft "On road safety" in the first reading at the next plenary session. It will take place on the 14th of April.

The Presidium of the PMR Supreme Council approved for consideration at the plenary session a resolution on the creation of a working group of the Supreme Council for the development of the Budget Code today. It will include 3 representatives from the Supreme Council and from the Government, 2 representatives from the Accounts Chamber and the Prosecutor's Office. The head of the working group is Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Economic Policy, Budget and Finance Viktor Guzun.