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Thursday, 10 April 2014

Government’s common position on the Constitutional Court’s ruling over Funded Pensions Law

Since the Constitutional Court’s April 2 ruling, we have been facing a situation where a number of MPs who turned to the Constitutional Court, lawyers, public figures and journalists are circulating controversial and contradictory interpretations, comments and explanations regarding the further application of those provisions recognized anti-constitutional, as well as the inconsistencies of different paragraphs of the final decision. It is clear that such responses reflect the goals... more »

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Government helps frost-hit farmers Land users will be provided with seeds of various crops, reduced land tax and water charges

At today’s meeting, the Government admitted that the frost which came in the period from March 30 to April 1, 2014, has caused catastrophic losses to a number of communities, creating an emergency situation. To mitigate the damage, there is an urgent need to purchase seeds from farms engaged in the sale of agricultural seeds, and allocate to regional administrations to provide land users with the most affected communities. To purchase seeds, the Agriculture Minister was authorized to... more »

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Part of Government decisions refer to international cooperation Japan will provide Armenian rescuers 200 million yen-worth modern equipment

Government at its meeting today, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Acting Minister of Territorial Administration Armen Gevorgyan, agreed to the proposal for signing the protocol on amendments to the October 7, 2002 CIS States’ Cooperation Agreement on Return of Minors into State of Residence. The amendments suggest periodical extension of the protocol and establishment of the necessary internal procedures for entry into force. The government decided to extend through April 5,... more »

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Government approves a number of draft legislative amendments Checks in the field of atomic energy shall be carried out in accordance with international standards

At today’s Cabinet meeting, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Acting Minister of Territorial Administration Armen Gevorgyan, the Government approved a package of draft laws on amendments to the laws on safe use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes and on organization and conduct of audits in the Republic of Armenia, the adoption of which will help bring audits in the sphere of atomic energy into line with Armenia’s commitments assumed under international treaties. The... more »

Thursday, 10 April 2014

National Assembly members make legislative initiatives Government’s findings vary

At today’s Cabinet meeting, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Acting Minister of Territorial Administration Armen Gevorgyan, the Government, among other issues, considered a number of initiatives made by some National Assembly members. In particular, the MPs suggest amending Article 124 of the Code of Administrative Offences with a view to establishing responsibility for non-compliance with requirements of the markup indicating the position at which drivers can halt vehicles. The... more »

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Conditions in penitentiary institutions to improve Performance of civil organizations to be enhanced

Chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Acting Minister of Territorial Administration Armen Gevorgyan, the Government at today’s meeting allocated additional 875 million drams to the Ministry of Justice so that in addition to the Armavir penitentiary institution’s new facility, intended for 400 convicts, due to be commissioned this May, another building is erected with the same capacity. Currently criminal correctional institutions continue to be overloaded. Under development... more »

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Education, healthcare, revenue collection and Police will be priority spheres in the Government’s new anti-corruption program

Today’s Cabinet sitting approved the concept of combating corruption in public administration. The concept is the instrument to ensure the continuity of the Government’s policy against corruption. The draft concept was prepared by a working group formed within the framework of the Commission on the monitoring of the implementation of the anti-corruption strategy. The working group featured representatives of the Government, other public bodies, experts, and representatives from... more »

April 2014