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On the eve of the autumn session opening


On the eve of the opening of the autumn session, the Chairman of the Supreme Council Alexander Shcherba informed the President Vadim Krasnoselsky of the lawmaking plans. This was reported by the press service of the President. In the course of the meeting, the Speaker of the Parliament reported that a plenary meeting is scheduled for September 12. Deputies will consider legislations, the work on which was not completed during the spring session.

Alexander Shcherba noted that the people's deputies traditionally pay special attention to the first plenary sessions to the block of legislative initiatives of an economic orientation. In accordance with the Constitution of the PMR, many of these documents must be accepted and published before October 1, the Chairman of the Supreme Council recalled. The project of the concept of budgetary and tax policy requires special attention.

He informed the President that a package of legislations had been submitted to the Supreme Council, which suggested a new approach to the activities of entrepreneurs, in particular, individual entrepreneurs.

He recalled that activities on the basis of entrepreneurial patent in Pridnestrovie are carried out by 22 thousand people.

The President in turn emphasized that the legislations are subject to wide discussion with the business community. The President supposes that it is necessary to develop a transparent and understandable model of interaction between the state and entrepreneurs.

The Chairman of the Supreme Council Alexander Shcherba noted that special attention is being paid to the state target programs, in particular, the capital investment program, when drafting the budget 2019.

The President positively assessed the work of the Supreme Council on establishing cooperation with the government and public organizations. Vadim Krasnoselsky congratulated the deputies of the Supreme Council on starting work, expressing the hope that the autumn session will be no less effective than the spring session.