Work of the government commission

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On 12 March, 2020, the government formed a commission to handle the spread of the coronavirus and to manage problems related to public health and the economy. 

The task of the government commission is to ensure that situations concerning the spread of the virus are resolved, to coordinate the cooperation of state and local government instances, and to coordinate the use of resources and capabilities. 

The commission has the right to delegate tasks to the executive branch of the state authorities and to obtain information from them about the completion of tasks.

Last updated: 29.03.2020 20:39

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The activities of the commission are headed by the Prime Minister. The commission members include: the Minister of Justice, the Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure, the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Internal Affairs, the Minister of Social Affairs, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Education and Research, the Minister of Defence, and the Secretary of State. The commission may include additional members in its work as needed. 

The current inter-agency working group, led by the Minister of Social Affairs, transferred the work to a team assisting the Government Committee, consisting of representatives of the ministries and agencies concerned.

Last updated: 29.03.2020 18:26

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The Government Committee meets according to need.

On Thursdays, after the Government meeting, there will be an extended meeting of the Committee where all members of the Government participate.

Last updated: 05.05.2020 19:57

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