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A new initiative regarding the safety officer unit was registered at the bureau

11 April 2018

146th Session of The Bureau of the Parliament

  1. The initiative of executive branch, regarding the amendments to the law on General Education was registered at the bureau. According to the amendment :

  • Besides the function of public peace of Educational mandatory body, determined the functions of psychological support, engagement in planning activities about anti-violence educational and other preventing campaigns.

       Also mandatory bodies shall coordinate psychological activities and informational     support.

  •  Provides changes in rule of appointing mandatory bodies.

  • According to the amendment, ministry of education and science will be given an authority to set rules and regulations/conditions on public peace and security.

  • A new entitlement shall be added to the mandatory bodies: to cooperate and exchange information with Ministry of Internal Affairs in order to plan preventive activities and protect public peace and security in educational establishments.
     

Get acquainted with the initiatives here: https://info.parliament.ge/#law-drafting/15430

2. The initiative of executive branch regarding the amendments to the law on the National Defense of Georgia was registered at the bureau. According to the amendment:

  • The executive branch shall be given authority to regulate Georgia’s, as a host country support, based on the international treaties.

  • In order to bring in conformity with the Constitution of Georgia in 2013, amendments are made to the legislation and the president’s powers are removed.

Get acquainted with the initiatives here:  https://info.parliament.ge/#law-drafting/15427

3. The initiative of the government regarding to the changes in the following laws and rules was registered at the bureau: on registration of citizens and foreign residents of Georgia; the rule about the issue of the passport of Georgia and identity (or resident) card; the rule about the fellow-countrymen living in a foreign country and so called diaspora organizations. According to the amendment:

  • The persons under the age of 18 registering themselves will have to be accompanied by their parent, guardian, custodian or other legal representative. Currently, the age threshold is under 16 years;

  • The deceased person will be unregistered if the Revenue Service is informed about bringing the deceased for reburial to Georgian from another country;

  • In the cases when the specific requisite of the card of the foreign-living fellow-countryman is unverifiable or does not exist, the minister of justice will be given the authority define the rule of filling the requisite.


Get acquainted with the initiatives here: https://info.parliament.ge/#law-drafting/15428

4. The parliament members’ (Eka Beselia, Levan Gogichaishvili) initiative on changes in the Tax Code of Georgia was registered at the bureau. The objective of the initiative is to execute the Constitutional Court’s decision (JSC “Teleneti” against The Parliament of Georgia). According to the changes:

  • The tax inspectorate body will determine the market value of the levied property during the revenue check, only if the taxpayer meets the criterias mandated by the finance minister;

  • The finance minister should elaborate and adopt the rule about determining the market value of the levied property of the taxpayer during the revenue check before 1 May.

Get acquainted with the initiatives here: https://info.parliament.ge/#law-drafting/15433

5. The government initiative about the the changes in the Civil Code of Georgia and Law of Georgia on Civil Status Acts was registered at the bureau. According to the amendment:

  • The attested demand of statute of limitation which is legally effective by the decision of the court will not be generalized on the legally effective decisions of the court about the prepared registration of divorce.

Get acquainted with the initiatives here: https://info.parliament.ge/#law-drafting/15432

 

 

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