The Cabinet approved he Government’s action plan for 2021-2022. According to the authorities, the document incorporates ambitious, but feasible commitments with a favorable impact on the economic, social and environmental spheres, according to the 24 priority lines of action, IPN reports.
“The plan of action will guide the Government towards a sustainable development model centering on investments, stimulation and development of the human capital, improvement of competitiveness of national products and services, digital transformation of the public and private sectors, optimization of state costs and responsible administration of its property, fighting of corruption and social inequality, modernization and strengthening of the health and education systems, promotion of a balanced foreign policy, reformation of the justice sector, ensuring of order and security, etc.,” says the draft.
The plan stipulates the commitments to transpose the EU legislation assumed under the Association Agreement with the EU. It will lay emphasis on the reformation of the justice sector as a functional justice system guarantees that the citizens and the business community can fully benefit from their rights, strengthens mutual trust and contributes to creating a favorable investment climate, said the authors.
At the level of the central public administration, the key measures will be aimed at defining the new mandates of the central public institutions, clearly delimiting the roles between institutions, introducing good governance principles at agencies and state enterprises so that they work according to correct and transparent rules.