Kazakh PM charged Ministry of Regional Development to submit draft law on ads to permit system to Majilis
Delivering his report, Minister of Regional Development Bolat Zhamishev noted the importance of the draft laws in the context of the execution of the President's instructions on the implementation of new principles of the permit system.
Concerning the content of the documents, the minister highlighted the systemic problems of the existing permit system and told about the ways to solve them.
Concerning the content of the documents, the minister highlighted the systemic problems of the existing permit system and told about the ways to solve them, according to the website of the Prime Minister.
According to Zhamishev, basic principles of the state regulation in the field of permits and notifications are the balance of interests of consumers, business and government; validity and effectiveness of the introduction of a permit or notification procedure; transparency of public bodies and availability of information; mutual responsibility; freedom from corruption.
"Exactly the same principles have been laid down in the draft Concept of business regulation until 2020, which was previously presented to the Government. In fact, they are unchanged and apply equally to all aspects of the state regulatory policy," the minister said.
Zhamishev also spoke about the provisions of the bill aimed at solving problems in the licensing legislation.
According to him, the bill introduces amendments and additions to nine Codes and 74 Laws. In particular, it provides for changes in the Civil Code, Code of Administrative Offences, Law "On State Control and Supervision in Kazakhstan".
Summing up the meeting, the Prime Minister noted that "the bills are to address a number of systemic problems of the permit system."
"With their adoption we will put a barrier to the introduction of unjustified permits for business. New permits will only appear after their inclusion into a single list and only after the analysis of regulatory impact. By the presidential decree, it is planned to complete the automation of licensure before January 1, 2015. The adoption of this law will enable from next year to move to a qualitatively new level of government regulation of the economy," Akhmetov said.
The Prime Minister instructed the Ministry of Regional Development to submit the bills to the Majilis before April 1 of the current year.