Members of the parliamentary group of the Bloc of the Communists and the Socialists on August 3 presented a number of bills that they would propose in the current legislature. According to them, a large part of the proposed initiatives are part of the electoral program of the current parliamentary majority and these proposals can therefore find support in Parliament for being implemented, IPN reports.
In a news conference, MP Radu Burduja said the President proposed exempting the Moldovans who return home form paying taxes on personal possessions introduced into the country, including a vehicle. This is a good initiative, but it hasn’t been introduced into Parliament yet. As this is a good bill, they propose extending it so that it covers all the citizens, including those who remained at home.
MP Radu Mudreac said one of the bills allows for the rectification of the budget so as to provide compensations to the farmers who were affected by the natural calamities of 2021. They also suggest banning the import of genetically modified products and amending the public procurements law so that the national producers get 15% of the value of the offer when bidding for food products.
The deputy head of the Bloc’s parliamentary group Corneliu Furculiță said their MPs will return to the bill on the Republic Stadium and the so-called billion law. They will propose initiatives to increase the salaries of medical personnel and to provide financial assistance to socially deprived families with pupils before the start of the school year and will suggest a new Land Code that will ban the sale of land to foreigners.
The new Parliament consists of the groups of the Party of Action and Solidarity (63 seats), the Bloc of the Communists and the Socialists (32 seats) and the Shor Party (six seats).