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Friday, 6 April 2012

Economy-Related Legal Act Reform Council Holds First Sitting

Chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, the Economy-Related Legal Act Reform Council held its first meeting in Office of Government.

Before proceeding to the agenda, the Prime Minister addressed the audience with a welcoming speech: “We are holding the first meeting of the newly formed council, which must deal with regulatory legal acts in an effort to cut the senseless red tape. The Council has the mission of identifying and addressing redundancies in government functions by means of regulations, institutional and legislative improvement, as well as changes in the current practice.”

Acting Director of National Center for Legislative Regulation PIO of the Government Staff Armen Yeghiazaryan reported on the preparations for the launch of the aforementioned office.

The meeting discussed the program of activities of the National Center for Legislative Regulation PIO for 2012. As a result, it was decided to single out 3 priority areas out those 17 stipulated in the presidential decree 246-H, namely the welfare, healthcare and transport service sectors.

The Council approved an estimate of expenditures for the Office in 2012, as well as the format of regular panel discussions.

Under a presidential decree dated September 17, 2011, a council has been set up for the coordination of measures to improve efficiency of State regulation of economic activities and reforming of the laws regulating the economic sphere. The activities of the Council will seek to develop proposals to repeal provisions that impede the development of business environment and market economy, improvement and simplification of government services, improving operating in these areas regulations, as well as to address the set of ineffective, costly and inappropriate mechanisms.

On November 3, 2011, a letter of intent was signed between the Government of Armenia and international donor organizations to improve governance effectiveness in the Republic of Armenia through Regulatory Guillotine. With this letter, the donor agencies are willing to promote the fast-reform tool of Regulatory Guillotine, which will make it possible to update the regulatory policy of Armenia and significantly improve the business environment by helping to curb bureaucracy and improve management efficiency.


January 2021