On September 14, the RA National Assembly continued the work of the regular sittings. The deputies by voting passed the bills debated in the previous day.
The MPs welcomed the pupils and teachers involved in the programme being implemented by the Children’s Support Center Fund for Armenian Relief, who visited the parliament within the framework of the NA Open Doors programme.
The RA Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Investments Tigran Khachatryan presented for debate in the first reading the initiative envisaging the draft law on Amending the RA Law on Licensing and Amending the enclosed legislative package.
The RA Deputy Minister of Finance Davit Ananyan presented for debate in the first reading the draft law on Amending the RA Law on Auditing Activity.
The Chair of the RA NA Standing Committee on Financial-Credit and Budgetary Affairs Gagik Minasyan presented the endorsement of the Committee.
The NA deputies Vardan Bostanjyan and Mikayel Melkumyan expressed their viewpoints on the draft law under debate.
Two agreements presented by the RA Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Investments Garegin Melkonyan, the Head of the Migration Centre of the RA Territorial Administration and Development Gagik Yeganyan.
Artak Zeynalyan and Samvel Farmanyan presented the endorsement of the RA NA Foreign Relations.
The legislative initiative concerning the sphere of the Judicial Acts Compulsory Enforcement Service was debated.
The RA Minister of Justice Vardan Aramyan presented for debate the legislative package on Amending the RA Law on the Judicial Acts Compulsory Enforcement Service and the RA Law on the Service Providing the Judicial Acts Compulsory Enforcement.
Rustam Makhmudyan presented the endorsement of the RA NA Standing Committee on State and legal Affairs and Protection of Human Rights on the package.
The RA NA deputies Vardan Bostanjyan, Arpine Hovhannisyan and Gevorg Petrosyan presented their positive viewpoints and the recommendations.
Afterwards the parliaments by voting passed the abovementioned bills and agreements.
Exhausting the agenda the parliament ended the work of the regular sittings.