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Thursday, 13 March 2014

To clarify diagnosis, patients may henceforth take away their blood and its components. School age children up to 18 years will be eligible for free education. The initiative seeks to reduce the number of stateless persons.

The Government at its meeting proposed a number of changes and additions to the law “On blood donation and blood transfusions, medical treatment and its components.”

In particular, public storage of blood components will not be implemented in one place, as established by law, but in different national blood service organizations that will make it possible to prevent the destruction of this stockpile in a disaster or war. The Bill also contains provisions for the protection of the health of those persons involved in the process of natural implementation of donation, medical service and blood transfusions. The draft was developed by the Blood Centre after Professor Yolyan in addition to the Ministry of Healthcare.

The Government approved a package of draft amendments to the laws “On education” and “On general education,” which is designed to reform and improve the legislative framework and is derived from the 2013 government priorities. The compulsory general education provision currently requires that after reaching the age of 16 the learners may leave school with the consent of their parents (adopter or trustee). The amendment provides that compulsory free secondary education will be accessible until the age of up to 18 years in line with the constitutional right to free education.

The Government proposes to introduce changes and amendments to the law on citizenship, which are derived from the requirements of the 1961 Convention on Reduction of Statelessness. The Armenian Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees has researched and assessed the current law in our country, which according to the assessment, includes a number of essential principles of international law to prevent statelessness. Among them: the right to citizenship, legal equality between men and women in the matter of the transmission of nationality to children and others. The proposed changes would help reduce the number of stateless persons.

A group of MPs as came up with a legislative initiative suggesting lowering the established amount of 3.5% interest rate tax on income derived from commercial and productive activities to 1.5%. After discussing the initiative, the Government proposed to hold off the discussion of the Bill and take it up soon after a Government-drafted package of legislative changes has been submitted to the National Assembly. The Government had justified this conclusion.

The aforementioned draft laws and the Government’s conclusion will be submitted to the National Assembly in due course.

July 2021