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Senators are considering a law to reduce the administrative burden on businesses

22.02.2024 150

Under the chairmanship of the Speaker of the Senate of the Parliament of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Maulen Ashimbayev, a meeting of the Chamber was held, during which the senators reviewed the law on business issues and voiced their deputy requests.

During the meeting of the Chamber, deputies in the first reading considered the Law "On Amendments and additions to certain legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on business issues", developed in order to improve legislation taking into account the interests of society and business.

In particular, the changes relate to improving business conditions, reducing the administrative burden on businesses and removing unreasonable barriers. There are also rules governing the procedure for state control and supervision.

One of the key tasks of the document is the implementation of certain instructions of the Head of State concerning the provision of manufacturing enterprises with domestic raw materials in sufficient volume and at adequate prices and the phasing out of price regulation for socially important food products with effective targeted support for socially vulnerable segments of the population.

In total, the law provides for amendments

and additions to 114 legislative acts, including 12 codes and 102 laws of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Expected results upon approval of the Law: bringing forms of state control and supervision in line with the basic principles and approaches of the new regulatory policy, introducing new mechanisms for regulating and protecting entrepreneurial activity, reducing the administrative burden on business and ensuring a balance of interests of consumers, business entities and the state.

In addition, the senators voiced their parliamentary requests.

Lyazzat Kaltayeva drew the Government's attention to the problems of ensuring the safety of people with disabilities in emergency situations. One of the measures proposed by the senator is the creation of a unified database of people with limited mobility to search for them and provide targeted assistance in crisis situations.

Serik Shaidarov expressed concern about the increase in occupational injuries and the lack of guaranteed measures to protect injured workers after retirement. In this regard, the senator proposed to assign financial compensation to the employer.

Zhanbolat Zhorgenbayev focused on the consequences of the growing migration of rural population to the city. The MP called on the Government to contribute to solving issues related to the development of infrastructure in rural areas and improve the living conditions of villagers.

(Senate Press Office, 74-72-27. Photo by N.Baibulin)

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