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MPs of Belarus, Slovakia interested in sharing law-making practices

Politics 21.10.2019 | 11:29
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MINSK, 21 October (BelTA) – Parliamentarians of Belarus and Slovakia would like to study each other's expertise and knowledge in the legislative field, head of the Standing Commission on Legislation of the House of Representatives Natalia Guivik said at the meeting with a Slovak parliamentary delegation, BelTA has learned.

“Chairman of the Constitutional Committee of the National Council (Parliament) of the Slovak Republic, Head of the Group of Friendship with Belarus Robert Madej had suggested meeting with the commission responsible for legislative affairs in order to share expertise in civil law, development of the mediation institute and arbitration court,” Natalia Guivik said.

According to her, inter-parliamentary contacts between the two countries received a new lease on life in 2015. Cooperation at the level of parliamentary commissions has been gaining momentum every since.

Robert Madej welcomed a constructive dialogue held by the Belarusian and Slovak MPs on 21 October. “We would like to step up our cooperation in the legislative and legal fields. Such meetings are very important as they offer an opportunity to share best practices, which will be very instrumental in our legislative work,” he said.

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