Thu 09 2015 11:10:32
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A draft resolution of the Cabinet of Ministries “On introduction of changes and amendments to the decisions of the Government of Uzbekistan in connection with further improving system of regulatory impact assessment to entrepreneurship activity” was published at the website of the Single interactive services portal.
The draft resolution was published for discussion. It is expected that the document will be adopted within 2015.
Regulatory impact assessment helps to improve legislative documents before their adoption and determine its impact to population and businesses.
The RIA is used to analyze benefits and expenses from introduction of the legislative documents, discuss them, optimize regulation methods, etc.
Uzbekistan has been introducing RIA since 2008 and the country adopted several decisions on incorporating the RIA into national legislation.
The business entities in Uzbekistan can now participate in discussion of the draft legal acts and make proposals on their improvement, as well as determine barriers, which will hinder to development of business entities. They can participate in this process via visiting website my.gov.uz.
Uzbekistan is planning to improve regulatory environment in Uzbekistan via introduction of other tools of the RIA.
Ministry of Justice and the UNDP project “assisting to modernization of legislation, law-making and RIA” prepared a draft resolution “On introduction of changes and amendments to the decisions of the Government of Uzbekistan in connection with further improving system of regulatory impact assessment to entrepreneurship activity”.
The document is directed at improving legislative acts to develop business environment in Uzbekistan. The document incorporates the RIA into law-making process of the ministries and departments, local state bodies.
The document will allow improve legislative documents via analyzing problems and its ways of solution with use of possible methods of regulation, impact of the document to activities of businesses and people, etc.