Legal base to reduce inappropriate functions of government agencies is created, Majilis speaker says

13 June, 2018, 14:48 167
Legal base to reduce inappropriate functions of government agencies is created, Majilis speaker says

The Majilis approved the draft law on passing public functions to the competitive environment.

At the plenary session of the Majilis under the chairmanship of speaker of the Chamber Nurlan Nigmatulin, the first reading approved the draft law on passing the public functions to the competitive environment, BNews.kz reports with a reference to the Majilis.

Having summed up the Majilis speaker noted the importance and focus of the approved draft law to implement the 97th step of the National Plan that envisages expansion of the possibility of citizens to take part in making decisions:

“The most important is that the approved draft law defines precise rules of passing functions of government agencies to the competitive environment. By which sporadic nature that still occurs in this issue will be eliminated,” said Nigmatulin.

The Chairman emphasized the two key peculiarities of the legislative amendments.

Firstly, decisions on passing any functions of government agencies will be conducted based on a deep analysis and multifaced, open discussion of the functions, as well as the assessment of the readiness of the subjects of the market to fulfill these functions.

Secondly, the draft law defining obligatory nature of monitoring of the functions by government agencies, allows the state to return them back once the low quality is defined.

The Majilis speaker also noted that after the conclusion of experts the laws on passing public functions to the competitive environment and on self-regulation create the necessary and sufficient legal base for implementing the instructions of the President of the country to reduce inappropriate and extra functions of government agencies.

“It is necessary, firstly, for successful implementation of the tasks set by the head of state in the 100 specific steps National Plan,” said Nurlan Nigmatulin.