The first parliament plenary meeting of the 2018 spring session will take place on 8 February. The decision has been taken by the parliament’s standing bureau, which held its first meeting this year today, the parliament’s communication and public relations department has reported.
The standing bureau approved the agenda of the plenary meetings for 8-16 February 2018.
At the first meeting, the lawmakers are to approve the structure and the limit staff of the National Integrity Agency and to appoint a new judge of the Supreme Court of Justice. A draft law on the nonbank crediting organizations, ratification of an agreement between Moldova and the government of Azerbaijan on cooperation in the military sector, amendments and completions to the law on fish fund, fishing and fish breeding, law on real estate cadastre, law on electronic communications, as well as the resignation of MP Iurie Leanca are also on the agenda.
At the same time, the lawmakers are to re-examine the law on the single central securities depositary, law on amendment and completion of the Labour Code and the law No 48 on the amendment and completion of legislative acts.