The Parliament adopted a decision on the establishment of a special commission to examine the decision-making process on inflation control and monetary policy over the last 18 months. Establishing the special commission is required in the context of the high increase in inflation, as well as taking into account the recommendation of the Supreme Security Council of May 27, 2022, writes zdg.md.
“The world economy is facing an unprecedented inflationary wave, and the countries of the world, including the Republic of Moldova, are struggling to stop it. The society needs to know about the decisions taken for this purpose, about how efficient and qualitative they are “, mentioned the president of the Economy, Budget and Finance Commission, Dumitru Alaiba.
Also during the meeting on Thursday, June 2nd, the nominal composition of the commission was approved: president – Dumitru Alaiba, secretary – Adrian Băluțel, members – Artur Mija and Marina Morozova, all representatives of PAS.
The Special Commission for the Review of Inflation Control and Monetary Policy Decision-Making over the last 18 months will analyze the activity of the State authorities, hear the parties and persons involved in the decision-making process on inflation control and monetary policy. The committee will prepare the activity report within one month, which will be published and presented to the Parliament.
On May 27, the Supreme Security Council (CSS) made a series of recommendations in the context of the rising prices, to be executed by the Government and Parliament. One of these recommendations refers to the establishment of a parliamentary committee “to examine the decision-making process on inflation control and monetary policy over the last 18 months”.
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