26 plenary meetings were held in the Supreme Council last year and 62 meetings of the Presidium of the legislature. Totally, 388 legislative initiatives were submitted for consideration, 16 of them in the regime of legislative necessity. In 2019, parliamentarians considered 649 issues, decisions of the Supreme Council were adopted and signed.
Among the laws adopted by deputies there are a number of new ones. For example, the law "On perpetuating the memory of those who died in the defense of the Fatherland". Parliamentarians Igor Buga, Andrei Safonov and Ruslan Gareev are the authors. The document defines the legal basis for activities to search for the dead and missing during the hostilities in the republic at different times.
The law “On the Unified State Register of Immovable Objects of Cultural Heritage of Pridnestrovie” - specified addresses of the location of objects of historical and cultural heritage. The new registry is intended to become the basis for the registration, protection and restoration of monuments of the republic.
Deputies adopted the main financial document of the year - the law "On the republican budget for 2020". The President signed it and the law “On the budget of the Unified State Social Insurance Fund of Pridnestrovie for 2020” on December 30, 2019.
Last year, parliamentarians approved the state program for the development of the agro-industrial complex of Pridnestrovie for 2019–2026. The main goal is to provide the population with food through import substitution. The program is aimed not only at the development of agriculture, but also the development of villages, objects of social infrastructure, rural tourism.
Among the state target programs adopted in 2019 are “Support and development of entrepreneurship in the PMR for 2019–2021”, “Support and development of tourism in the PMR for 2019–2026”, “Equal Opportunities” for 2019–2022, “Saving immovable cultural heritage of the PMR, requiring urgent repair” for 2019–2021, “Development Strategy of the Pridnestrovian State University named after T. G. Shevchenko for 2019–2023”.