The Parliament of Moldova in 2020 adopted 9 draft normative acts aimed at harmonizing the legislation of the Republic of Moldova and the EU.
The press service of the supreme legislative body reported this, noting that, in particular, within the framework of two parliamentary sessions held from February to July and from September to December 2020, the MPs approved in two readings: the draft law on procurement in the energy, water, transport and postal sectors; the draft law on control of the risk of major accidents caused by hazardous substances; the draft law on the procedure for identifying violations in the field of preventing money laundering and terrorist financing and the procedure for applying sanctions, as well as the draft law on optional pension funds. In addition, parliamentarians amended the Postal Service Law, the Compulsory Health Insurance Law, the State Supervision of Public Health Law, the Sanitary and Veterinary Activity Law, the National Financial Market Commission Law and the Electronic Communications Law. In general, since the beginning of the work of the current parliament (March 21, 2019 - December 31, 2020), 14 draft normative acts aimed at harmonizing the legislation of Moldova with the legislation of the European Union have been included in the legislative procedure. At the same time, 9 projects were adopted by the parliament in two readings, and 1 draft was approved in the first reading. // 19.01.2021 - InfoMarket.