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Wednesday, 04.03.2015, 14:45
On February 18th 2015, the Estonian parliament approved with 49 votes in favour (3 against), a law of amendments to the medicines law, making the system of pharmacies in Estonia pharmacists-centered, reports BC Riigikogu press service.
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The Riigikogu in Estonia passed with 67 votes in favour the National Defence Act (772 SE), initiated by the Government, which consolidates in renewed form the Peacetime National Defence Act, the War-Time National Defence Act and the International Military Co-operation Act which are currently in force as separate Acts, reports BC press service of Riigikogu.
Lithuanian leader Dalia Grybauskaite has submitted her amendments to the Law on the Legal Status of Aliens, which seek to strengthen Lithuania's national security and prevent persons who pose danger to the country and people from getting residence permits in Lithuania, reports LETA/ELTA.
The Estonian Riigikogu supported on Wednesday the amendments to the citizenship law and the state dues law, which simplify receiving Estonian citizenship for children under 15 years of age and people over 65 years of age, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite met with judges of the Supreme Court and discussed main problems of the judicial system, the possibility to accelerate legal proceedings, ensure principled evaluation of the work of judges and increase trust in courts, reports LETA/ELTA.
The Estonian Riigikogu, which ended the autumn session on Thursday, held in 2014, 124 full house sessions and approved of 185 decisions, laws and statements, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
Lithuania's parliament (Seimas) has adopted amendments to the Labour Code and its secondary legislation, thereby increasing the liability of employers and employees for illegal work and thus contributing to the reduction of the scope of unreported employment, the press service of the Seimas said in a press release, cites LETA/ELTA.