MINSK, 18 June (BelTA) – The House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus will convene on 19 June and give the first reading to amendments to the laws on mediation which aim to develop and promote the institute of mediation in Belarus, BelTA learned from the press service of the House of Representatives.
The agenda of the House of Representatives session includes 14 bills. MPs will give first reading to amendments to laws on notarial activities, civil aspects of international child abduction, and provision of psychiatric care.
Amendments to the law on sanitary and epidemiological welfare and the law on state awards will be up for the second reading. The MPs are also set to ratify several international treaties.
BelTA reported earlier that amendments to the law on mediation suggest that parties of a civil mediation should be refunded state duty after they conclude a mediation agreement. Belarus already applies this principle in commercial mediation. All provisions of the law aim to promote mediation across the country.More about Politics