Council for the Improvement of Judicial and Law Enforcement Activities under the President established
April 1, 2021
The President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sadyr Japarov signed the Decree “On the Council for the Improvement of Judicial and Law Enforcement Activities under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic”.
The Council will develop and submit for public consideration draft strategies for improving regulatory legal acts related to judicial and law enforcement activities, enforcement proceedings and the penal system, inclusive.
The Council will be an advisory and consultative body created in order to prepare proposals on the main areas of these activities, to ensure coordinated actions of all state bodies in these areas, including the development of draft regulatory legal acts.
Expert working groups will be formed under the Council to develop relevant proposals.
President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sadyr Japarov headed the Council.
The procedure for requesting paper certificates and documents from individuals and legal entities abolished
In order to implement the President’s Decree "On further measures to improve the availability and quality of the provision of state and municipal services to the population", state bodies and local governments were instructed to abolish the procedure for requesting certificates and / or paper documents from individuals and legal entities from April 1, 2021 provided by state bodies and local self-government bodies, according to the Government’s order dated March 31, 2021 No. 77-r.
The provision of state and municipal services, the exchange of service data between state bodies and local self-government bodies will be carried out through the Tunduk interdepartmental electronic interaction system.
The order comes into force on April 1, 2021.
The deadline for the introduction of the electronic system of fiscalization of tax procedures extended
In order to ensure the consistency of the ongoing tax policy within the framework of the implementation of the electronic system of fiscalization of tax procedures, the effective introduction of labeling of certain goods with identification means and the use of cash registers with the function of transferring data in real time, the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic Resolution No. 123 dated March 31, 2021 labeling of individual goods with digital identification has been postponed to July 1, 2021, and the deadline for the introduction of a ban on the sale of unmarked products - to January 1, 2022.
The timing of marking certain types of goods with digital identification means in the pilot (experimental) mode has been extended until June 30, 2021. In addition, footwear has been excluded from the List of certain types of goods subject to voluntary labeling by means of identification.
The previously established deadline for the transition and use of cash registers that meet the technical requirements approved as part of the implementation of the electronic system of fiscalization of tax procedures has been extended until July 1, 2021.
Also, the new edition contains a list of entities entitled to carry out monetary settlements without the use of KKM until a certain period, and the terms of exemption from the use of cash registers.
The regulation comes into force on April 1, 2021.
The Parliament approved bills to reduce plastic waste
On March 31, the deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh approved the third reading of the draft laws "On Amendments to the Code of the Kyrgyz Republic on Non-Tax Incomes", initiated by the Government.
The bill was developed in order to prevent environmental pollution and reduce the volume of waste from packaging bags made of polymer and plastic materials, as well as the transition to the use of paper bags by introducing a recycling fee and payment for recycling in the Kyrgyz Republic when importing and / or selling polymer and plastic bags.
A temporary ban introduced on the export of scrap and waste of ferrous metals
The Government Resolution dated March 23, 2021 No. 109 established a temporary ban for six months on the export by the Kyrgyz Republic outside the customs territory of the EAEU, as well as ingots of ferrous metals for remelting.
The resolution comes into force upon the expiration of fifteen days from the date of its official publication.