Public Consultation in Vanadzor on Regulatory Guillotine in Armenia

With the support of United Nations Development Program in Armenian the State Agency "National Centre for Legislative Regulation” project implementation unit” at the Government Staff of the Republic of Armenia has organized public consultations in the cities of Ijevan (May 31), Gyumri (June 5), Yeghegnadzor (June 6), Kapan (June 7), and  Vanadzor (June 12). The aim of the seminar is to inform the local population, businessman, NGO’s, and local government bodies on the regulatory guillotine program in Armenian and also to receive feedback from them on the present issues and problems in the legal area and to engage them in the discussion process of upcoming reforms. 

"Regulatory Guillotine Project in Armenia” Agenda
June 12,  Vanadzor, Hayq sq. 1, Lori Marzpetaran Hall

At 14:00 - 14:15 – Welcoming Speech (Lori govern representative, NCLR Deputy Director Vahe Chibukhchyan, UNDP Assistant Resident Representative, Manager Office of the UN Resident Coordinator Varsha Redkar-Palepu)
At 14:15 – 14:45 - Regulatory Guillotine Project in Armenia (NCLR Deputy Director Vahe Chibukhchyan)
At 14:45 – 15:00 – e-Guillotine database of business processes and regulating legal acts (NCLR Deputy Director Vahe Chibukhchyan)
At 15:00 – 15:15 – Preparation of Group work (NCLR Deputy Director Vahe Chibukhchyan)
At 15:30 – 16:00 – Coffee break
At 16:00 – 17:00 – Group work
Group 1 - Social Issues: Arpine Hakobyan, Sonya Hovsepyan 
Group 2 - Entrepreneurship: Erik Ananyan, Karen Ghaltakhchyan
Group 3 - Tax, Customs: Mamikon Simonyan, Gegham Gevorgyan
Group 4 - Local Community Development Issues: Nune Grigoryan, Stepan Margaryan
At 17:00 – 17:20 – Presentations
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