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Senators approved ratification of two agreements

17.11.2022 68

Today, under the chairmanship of Maulen Ashimbayev, Speaker of the Senate of the Parliament of Kazakhstan, the House held a meeting during which senators considered a number of bills and voiced their deputy requests.

Thus, senators considered and adopted the Law "On Ratification of the Loan Agreement (Loan for Financing Private Sector Development Policy and Sustainable Economic Recovery) between the Republic of Kazakhstan and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development", which will support a set of measures aimed at further socio-economic development of the country.

Deputies also adopted the Law "On Ratification of the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Swiss Federal Council on Paid Labor Activities of Members of Families of Employees of Diplomatic Missions, Permanent Missions to International Organizations and Consular Offices". The purpose of the Agreement is to regulate issues related to the implementation in the territories of both countries paid employment of family members of diplomatic mission staff.

In addition, during the meeting senators voiced their deputy requests.

Bakhytzhan Bayakhmetov expressed concern about risks of delays in construction of bridges over Bukhtarma reservoir and Irtysh River in Semey city due to unresolved issues with financing of these projects.

Galiaskar Sarybayev, raising the question of mass development of sports, expressed concern about the involvement of children in sport at an early age, as well as the low level of control over the sports federations operating in the country.

Gumar Dyusembaev spoke about how to improve the efficiency of special economic zones in Atyrau and Aktau, voicing specific proposals to address the problems raised by entrepreneurs.

Kanatbek Safinov resented the quality of some bills, which are submitted to Parliament without proper forecasts and relevant by-laws, suggesting a number of measures to change approaches to lawmaking and legislative activities.

(Senate Press Service, 74-72-27. Photo - N.Baybulin)

 

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