Interim Commission on Interaction of Branches of Government presents roadmap of work with relevant ministries and departments

On December 12, a meeting of the Interim Commission of the People’s Council of the Donetsk People’s Republic on Establishment of Interaction of the Legislative and Executive Branches of Government was held.

The event was attended by representatives of ministries and departments of the Republic. During the meeting, there was a presentation of a roadmap on how to establish interaction between the legislative and executive branches of government.

Interim Commission Chairperson Marina Zheinova told about the work schedule of the commission, acquainted the participants with its goals and objectives, and also suggested identifying representatives from each ministry to attend the meetings.

I suggest identifying representatives from each ministry for interaction with the Interim Commission or to address ministries to delegate permanent authorized representatives.

In order to have more effectively interact and solve problems related to the implementation of legislation, the work will be divided into sectoral blocks. After the specialists of the ministries have prepared analytical and informational reports on the current state of the legal framework in a particular area, we will conduct an analysis of the current legislation in order to eliminate the identified shortcomings, together with the executive authorities and relevant committees of the People’s Council,” Marina Zheinova informed.

During the presentation, it was noted that 268 DPR laws have now entered into force, but sub-legal regulatory legal acts on 106 laws have not been adopted and (or) have never been published. Besides, 18 blocks were identified, which included laws on the basis of the relation to the branch of law:

  1. Constitutional order;

  2. Basics of public administration;

  3. Civil law;

  4. Labour and employment;

  5. Social security and social insurance;

  6. Finance;

  7. Economic activity;

  8. International trade, customs;

  9. Natural resources and environmental protection;

  10. Information and informatization;

  11. Education; science; culture;

  12. Health care; physical training and sports; tourism;

  13. Defense;

  14. Security and law enforcement;

  15. Criminal law; execution of sentences;

  16. Courts of justice;

  17. Prosecutor’s Office; judicial bodies; advocacy; notaries;

  18. International relationships; international law.

At the end of the event, the participants came to the conclusion that it was necessary to determine the order and schedule of the meetings of the relevant blocks during the next meeting.

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