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The draft Code of Territorial Planning, Urbanism, and Construction (the Urbanism Code) has recently been approved by the General Secretariat of the Government, on March 29, 2023. Of course, the government’s approval is just one of the steps in implementing the new rules, as the Urbanism Code must also be approved by parliament, promulgated by the president, and then published in the Official Gazette.
In August 2019, the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration (MRDPA) has organized the first consultation meeting on dysfunctionalities at the level of the normative and institutional framework in the fields of territorial planning, urbanism and construction and related fields, with the aim that the entire legislation in this matter be reorganized under the rule of a single normative act complying with the current needs of digitalization, simplification and professional responsibility.
By Government Ordinance no. 16/2022 for amending and supplementing Law no. 227/2015 regarding the Fiscal Code, the abrogation of some normative acts and other financial-fiscal measures, published in the Official Gazette no. 716 of July 15, 2022 (Ordinance 16/2022), a series of amendments and additions to the fiscal regime have been made that concern, among others, the regime of micro-enterprises, excise duties, hospitality sector, part-time labour agreements, VAT etc.