These are the laws on the state budget for 2022, trust management of state property, land registry, rights of foreigners.
On November 12, the third session of the Halk Maslakhaty of Milli Gengesh of Turkmenistan of the first convocation, headed by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, was held in Ashgabat. Within the meeting, the regulatory legal acts, adopted during the 15th meeting of the Mejlis on October 30, were considered. It was reported by the state news agency «Turkmenistan Today».
First of all, the law on the state budget for 2022 was submitted to the deputies for consideration. The document implies an increase in the revenue side of the budget. Most of the funds will be spent on expanding social protection and improving the welfare of citizens.
The law also provides for the stimulation of investment activity, the development of medical, educational, cultural spheres, and the reform of public utilities. Particular attention will be paid to increasing the size of salaries, pensions, student scholarships, and government grants.
The deputies also considered the laws «On trust management of state property», «On postal services» (the normative legal act is aimed at improving the quality of relevant services).
Representatives of the Halk Maslakhaty noted the importance of the law «On State Land Cadastre», which will establish the legal framework for using cadastral data to strengthen the national economy, provide citizens with a guarantee of rights to certain land plots, and restore land.
The agenda of the meeting also included a discussion of the law «On the legal status of foreign citizens». This document is intended to regulate relations concerning the residence and work of foreigners on the territory of Turkmenistan.
The session approved the law «On accession to the Agreement on the establishment of the Global Green Growth Institute». The agreement aimed at developing a green economy was concluded back in June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro.
Among other regulatory legal acts considered by the members of the Halk Maslakhaty, there were laws on the privatization of state property, highways, social protection of citizens, environmental safety, and protection of the atmosphere.
All the laws were unanimously approved by representatives of the House of Parliament. The corresponding orders were given.