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Ministry of Regional Development of Kazakhstan amends permit system
14:33, 28 March 2014, 1166

AKIPRESS.COM - flag A package of legislative amendments aimed at addressing the major challenges in the licensing system of Kazakhstan has been presented by Kazakh Minister of Regional Development Bolat Zhamishev at a meeting of the Government today, the press service of the PM reported.

"The main bill provides the following ways to solve problems in the field of licensing procedures: a comprehensive list of permits fixed by law; analysis of the regulatory impact when introducing new permits; permits categorization by degree of hazard; classification of permits with the purpose of establishing standard approaches; the common concept of permit, prescribed by law, including licenses or other approvals," Zhamishev said.

Thus, according to him, a key problem of the lack of the concept of "permit" will be solved through these amendments. The main bill consists of three parts. It includes the Law "On Licensing" in full. In addition, it includes the provisions on notification from the Law "On administrative procedures". And the third part of the bill has been written anew. It regulates the issues related to procedures other than licenses.

742 documents, including 709 permits and 33 notifications are attached to the draft law. As noted by Zhamishev, the bills were designed to implement the President’s instructions given in his address to the people of Kazakhstan in 2012 on the introduction of new principles of licensing.


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