Smailov: the state control and surveillance system must be fair

Businesses should work undisturbed – this is one of the key “dogmas” of the New Kazakhstan economic policy.

On August 3, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov held a meeting on the implementation of tools to regulate entrepreneurial activities from the “clean slate” and digitalization of the state control system, the press office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan reported.

It was noted that the Government is implementing the “clean slate” jointly with the Atameken NCE. This step is aimed at reducing administrative pressure on businesses and creating an enabling business environment. The entire range of regulatory acts will be revised as part of these measures.

The Prime Minister emphasised that this project is one of the pivotal aspects of reform of the New Kazakhstan economic policy, as well as a priority area of activity of the Government. “The requirements set to domestic entrepreneurs have to be understandable and balanced; businesses should work and develop undisturbed,” the Prime Minister said.

The participants discussed the steps to automate the state control system. Alikhan Smailov emphasised that after the functionality is automated, control specialists should conduct inspections only at those business entities which have identified unacceptable violations.

“Reducing unfounded and irrelevant claims to businesses is of critical importance, the state control and surveillance system should be completely fair and unbiased,” the Chairman of the Government said.

05 08 2022, 12:04
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