The state Duma adopted in the first reading the draft laws on regulatory guillotine

MOSCOW, April 17 – RIA Novosti. The state Duma at plenary session on Friday adopted in first reading the draft laws on the mandatory requirements and on the state control, developed in the framework of the plan of the “road map” to implement the “regulatory guillotine”.

the Government introduced these initiatives to the state Duma in December 2019. Konstantin Chuichenko, who at that time held the post of Deputy Prime Minister, expressed the hope that the Duma will accept these bills in the spring session.

the Project “On the state control (supervision) and municipal control in the Russian Federation” establishes the framework for the implementation of state and municipal control provides for the creation of a new risk management model, introduces the concept of control and Supervisory review, fixing procedures, rights and responsibilities of all key participants in such activities.

the Second project – “On mandatory requirements in the Russian Federation” determines legal and organizational basis for the determination and assessment of application mandatory requirements. The document also contains the definition of the mandatory requirements, goals and basic principles, the authority for their establishment, development and entry into force of regulatory legal acts, containing such requirements and provisions on the possibility of establishing pilot legal regimes in the sphere of application of mandatory requirements.

In the explanatory note to the draft States that the implementation of provisions will not result in socio-economic, financial and other implications, including for subjects of entrepreneurial and other economic activities and will not affect the achievement of the objectives of state programs of the Russian Federation.

the Reform of control and Supervisory activities, which received the informal name “regulatory guillotine”, involves a complete revision of requirements for business of mandatory requirements. The new regulation should enter into force on 1 January 2021. In this process, in particular, at the beginning of December 2019, the Ministry of justice has prepared a resolution on the abolition of more than 3.7 thousand acts of the Soviet Union.