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Public forum in Chisinau: The limited capacities of decision-makers and the business environment prevent the assurance of an efficient legislative process

The limited capacity of decision makers, civil society and business associations to participate in the decision-making process, the lack of advisory boards and the lack of predictability of laws are the main shortcomings in ensuring the transparency of the legislative process and dialogue between business and authorities. Read more

Public forum in Chisinau: Parliament, debtor in terms of transparency and public information

The selective organization of public consultations, the lack of information on the results of consultations, the difficulty of following the path of a draft law, the non-publication on Parliament's website of documents accompanying a draft law and the non-functioning of advisory boards between Parliament and the associative environment. Read more

Professor Matthew Murray: "Moldovan businessmen must come up with great solutions in front of decision makers"

Business is part of civil society and needs to help it become stronger. For this, the business must become more responsible, come up with great solutions in front of decision makers and defend their rights. This is the opinion expressed by the assistant professor of public and international policies at Columbia University in the USA, Matthew Murray, at the meeting with the business community, held on October 24. Read more

Businessmen in the north of the country complain that they are treated as enemies of the people by the authorities

Businessmen in the northern region of the Republic of Moldova complain about the lack of communication with public authorities. Public procurement carried out with certain interests, laws that work only on paper, unfair competition or the fact that central authorities do not take into account business proposals. Read more

Businessmen from Soroca district listed their problems in a round table held by the Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Policies

Less control, more involvement in the decision-making process and more support. This is what the businessmen are asking from the authorities, stating that they are under control and heard by the state. The discussions took place on October 11 in Soroca during the round table "Transparent and inclusive governance: participation of the business environment in the dialogue with public authorities". Read more

Businessmen in the southern region of the country are demanding that their voices be heard by the government

Business representatives, elected officials and civil servants in the South of the country gave their met on October 9 in Cahul in the round table "Transparent and inclusive governance: participation of the business environment in the dialogue with public authorities". Read more

Business representatives from Rezina district want a constructive dialogue with the authorities and less bureaucracy

Excessive controls by state institutions and bureaucracy are the problems faced by small and medium enterprises in the Republic of Moldova, according to businessmen. Opinions were expressed on 10 October in Rezina at the round table "Transparent and inclusive governance: the participation of the business environment in the dialogue with public authorities" . Read more

The development of the business environment depends on effective dialogue with central authorities and participation in decision-making

Transparent and constructive dialogue with decision-makers, on the uniform application of legislation, and the permanent participation of business people in the decision-making process are essential to create a fair competitive business environment for all market players. These are the conclusions of the round table "Transparent and inclusive governance: the participation of the business environment in the dialogue with public authorities", held on September 26 in Hincești. Read more