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Reforms in Regulations: Cabinet Sitting

2012.11.15 A Cabinet sitting was held today, chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan.

The executive amended a previous decree to streamlines the drinking water supply and sanitation-related rules and regulations. The new decision seeks to simplify and better the provision of services to citizens amid improving business environment.

The government approved a set of amendments to the law "On energy” and the three other legal acts in a bid to provide start-up businesses with better conditions by removing eight business procedures and considerably reducing the amount of paperwork and the deadlines.

The meeting approved another package of amendments to the law "On e-communication” and two other legal acts to call off three licenses required for commencing business activities in this field. The new arrangement will reduce the number of permits needed for assignment of radio frequencies, numbers, or codes. The above bills had been drafted by the State Agency National Center for Legislative Regulation SE at the initiative of the Economic Legislation Reform Council.

"These three projects have been subject to heated debates. Now we should authorize Armen Yeghiazaryan to submit to the National Assembly the new legislative initiatives which seek to eliminate unnecessary barriers by means of the regulatory guillotine,” the Prime Minister stressed and told the speaker to present the first results to media outlets.
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