Prague – MPs will be busy today mainly with regular interpellations on members of the government. In the initial round, they could discuss a draft to digitize the authorization of the export of military material abroad. There are also some international treaties and drafts in the second reading on the agenda. These include amendments on consumer protection and Antarctica and a bill on the import of cultural goods.
Permits and other necessary submissions related to the export of military and other sensitive material will be possible via electronic forms, according to the draft. Electronicization is based on the Act on the Right to Digital Services. The government proposed that the House of Representatives approve the bill quickly in the first round.
The amendment on consumer protection is intended to make it more difficult for traders to offer false discounts. They will also have to list the price at which they previously offered the goods. It also amended the period in which people can withdraw from a contract concluded, for example, at a sales event.
The bill on Antarctica, among other things, regulates the authorization and conditions for entry and activities in its territory. It clarifies the obligations arising from the international obligations of the Czech Republic towards Antarctica. The draft law on cultural goods determines, in accordance with EU law, the procedure for confiscation of illegally imported cultural objects into EU countries and their return to the countries from which they came.
Among the drafts in the second reading is also, for example, a questionable government proposal to completely cancel the electronic registration of sales at the end of the year. It is not yet clear whether the deputies will get to him today.
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