Tajik parliament adopts law limiting the number of unscheduled inspections

05/11/2015 11:30
Avaz Yuldoshev
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DUSHANBE, November 5, 2015, Asia-Plus -- Deputies of the Majlisi Namoyandagon (Tajikistan’s lower chamber of parliament) yesterday unanimously voted for endorsement of the draft law on inspection of economic entities in new edition.

Speaking at the session, Sharif Rahimzoda, the head of the Namoyandagon Committee on Finance and Budget, said the number of unscheduled inspections would be limited to 10 percent.

According to him, the procedure of the limitation of the number of unscheduled inspections will be introduced in 2018, “because it is necessary to prepare the list of inspected entities before 2018.”

Meanwhile, the law, in particular, provides for establishment of the coordinating council on inspection of economic entities, prohibition of inspection of new economic entities during the first two years of their activities, and inspection of industrial enterprises only once every five years.


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