Government Decree No. 56 validating the Regulation on the National Land-Use Planning Council. | Land Portal

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February 2017
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Regulation on the National Land-Use Planning Council establishes the legal status, composition, powers and the functioning thereof. The Council has the following objectives: (a) coordinate the activities of central and local authorities for development of town planning documentation and landscaping; (b) ensuring transparency in the use of allocated funds. The Council performs the following tasks: (a) providing inter-industry cooperation in the development of documentation on arrangement of the territory; (b) monitoring the use of funds allocated for the development of a plan for the development of national territory and development plans for regional territories. The Council performs the following duties: (a) to develop and approve a set of measures for the development of the national territory and regional development plans; (b) draw up minutes of the Council meetings and keep records of them; (c) provide information and reports to the Government, upon request; and (d) perform other duties arising from the objectives of its activities.

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Gnetii, Vsevolod (LEGN)


The politics of Moldova take place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic republic, wherein the prime minister is the head of the government, and a multi-party system. The government exercises executive power while the legislative power is vested in the Parliament. The judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature. The position of the breakaway region of Transnistria (a self-proclaimed autonomous region, on the left side of the river Nistru), relations with Romania and with Russia, and integration into the EU dominate political discussions.


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