Azerbaijani parliament to listen to report on human trafficking
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 26 / Trend , A.Huseynbala/
The Azerbaijani Parliament will be submitted a report on the fight against crimes related to human trafficking.
"The agenda of the parliamentary meeting to be held on Oct. 27 will include the report of the National Coordinator for Combating Human Trafficking in the Azerbaijan Republic," the Parliament told Trend on Oct. 26.
The meeting also will discuss a bill, including amendments to the Law on "Labor Pensions". In addition, the discussion provides additions and changes to the laws on "Municipality Service", on "Status of member of municipality", on "Courts and Judges", on "Prosecutor's Office," on "Notary", on "Lawyers and Lawyer Activity," on "Public Service", on "Service in Prosecutor's Office", on "Service in Justice agencies" and on "Official Statistics".
The next meeting of the parliament is also expected to consider new laws on "Participation of the Republic of Azerbaijan in voluntary transactions" and on "Release of dividends on individuals' deposits by banks and other lending institutions from taxation."