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ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

of February 11, 2019 No. 65

About National council on human rights

(as amended on 12-01-2022)

Based on articles 2-4 of the Resolution of Parliament No. 89/2018 about approval of the National plan of action for human rights for 2018-2022 (The official monitor of the Republic of Moldova, 2018, Art. No. 295-308, 457) and for the purpose of providing the effective mechanism of development and assessment of documents the politician in the field of human rights, effective implementation of international treaties on human rights which party the Republic of Moldova is and also monitoring of accomplishment of undertaken obligations DECIDES: the Government

1. Create National council on human rights.

2. Approve:

1) structure of National council on human rights, according to appendix No. 1;

2) Regulations on National council on human rights, according to appendix No. 2;

3) Regulations on activities of the coordinator in the field of human rights, according to appendix No. 3.

3. To bodies of local public authority in 2-month time to create the municipal or district commissions on human rights protection and to inform National council on human rights on their structure.

4. Recognize invalid some orders of the Government, according to appendix No. 4.

5. This resolution becomes effective from the date of publication.

Prime Minister

Paweê Phillip

 

Countersign:

Minister of Justice 

 

Victoria Iftodi

Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration 

Tudor Ulyanovski

Minister of Finance 

Ion Kiku

Minister of Defence 

Eudzheniu Sturza

 

Appendix No. 1

to the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of February 11, 2019 No. 65

Structure of National council on human rights

Prime Minister

Deputy prime minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration

Deputy prime minister, minister of infrastructure and regional development

The deputy prime minister on reintegration

Minister of Justice

Minister of Economic Affairs

Minister of Finance

Minister of Internal Affairs

Minister of Defence

Minister of Education and Research

Minister of Cultural Affairs

Minister of Health

Minister of Labour and Social Protection

Minister of Agriculture and food industry

Minister of the environment

Secretary general of the Government

CEO of the Agency of the interethnic relations

CEO of National bureau of statistics

Director of State Labour Inspection

Chairman of Parliamentary Commission on Human Rights and to the interethnic relations

Chairman of the Parliamentary commission on points of law, appointments and immunity

Chief of the Head legal department of the Secretariat of Parliament

Chairman of the Supreme council of magistracy

Chairman of the Supreme council of prosecutors

Deputy attorney general

Head (Bashkan) of Autonomous territorial education Gagauzia

Head of the secretariat of the Constitutional court

National lawyer

The national lawyer by the child's rights

The chairman of the board according to the prevention and liquidation of discrimination and ensuring equality

Chairman of the Congress of local authorities of Moldova

Chairman of National confederation of labor unions of the Republic of Moldova

Chairman of the Union of lawyers of the Republic of Moldova

Representatives of non-profit organizations

Appendix No. 2

to the Order of the Government of the Republic of Moldova of February 11, 2019 No. 65

Regulations on National council on human rights

Chapter I General provisions

1. The national council on human rights (further – Council) is the consultative body of the Government created for the purpose of implementation of monitoring of procedure for implementation of state policy in the field of human rights, and also international treaties in the field of human rights which party the Republic of Moldova is.

2. The current activities of Council are provided by responsible division of the State office which performs functions of Permanent secretariat on human rights (further – Permanent secretariat). Functions of the secretary of Council are performed by person designated from among members of Permanent secretariat.

3. Bodies of the public power provide development of documents the politician in the field of human rights, reports on their implementation, reports on implementation of international treaties in the field of human rights which party the Republic of Moldova is, and about implementation of the recommendations formulated by the international mechanisms on human rights protection according to competences.

4. Bodies of the public power and public organizations give support to Council and Permanent secretariat in accomplishment of obligations and functions, including by submission of the reports provided in Item 3, and the other information necessary for implementation of their activities.

Chapter II of Power of Council

5. Council carries out the following obligations:

1) coordinating of implementation of single state policy in the field of human rights;

2) control of process of development, implementation and assessment of documents the politician in the field of human rights;

3) consideration and approval of reports about implementations of documents the politician in the field of human rights;

4) representation to the Government of the offers aimed at ensuring compliance with human rights, and also at observance of the international recommendations in this area;

5) assessment of level of respect for human rights;

6) ensuring interaction with the international mechanisms of human rights protection;

7) monitoring of activities of competent authorities of the public power and public organizations in scope of international treaties in the field of human rights which party the Republic of Moldova is;

8) creation, if necessary, ad hoc commissions and expert groups on certain directions and supervision of their work;

9) approval of reports on implementation of international treaties in the field of human rights which party the Republic of Moldova is, and the reports provided within the procedure of periodic universal assessment in the field of human rights;

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