INSTRUCTION NO 17 of Moldova's Commission for Emergency Situations from 13 April 2020
22:40 | 13.04.2020 Category: Official
Chisinau, 13 April /MOLDPRES/- In accordance with the Article 22 from the Law No 212/2004 on the regime of state of emergency, of siege and war, Article 2 of the Parliament Decision No 55/2020 on the declaring of the state of emergency, points 6, 7, 8 and 9 from the Regulation of the Moldova’s Commission for Emergency Situations, approved under the Government Decision No 1340/2001, Moldova’s Commission for Emergency Situations (CSE),
1. The days of 21 – 24 April 2020 are declared days-off for all public sector units and self-managed public institutions/authorities, except for:
1.1. medical and sanitary, public health institutions and auxiliary services for the public health institutions, rescue, emergency and social assistance services;
1.2. the administrative authorities from the sectors of national defence, public order and national security;
1.3. the education institutions of all levels (early education, primary, secondary education, vocational schools, higher schools, extra-school and special education), which will carry out the distance education process.
2. The recovery of these days will be made in the way established by the government, after the emergency state is lift.
3. They are not regarded days off for the employees who on the period 21-21 April 2020:
3.1. ask for the providing of/are on annual leave (Article 112 of the Labour Code), including the unused leave (Article 119, paragraph (3) of the Labour Code), with the payment of the leave allowance (Article 117 of the Labour Code) and unpaid leave (Article 120 of the Labour Code);
3.2. are in regime of standing, according to the order issued by the employer.
4. The days of the period 21-24 April 2020 are included in the table of record of the working time and of calculation of the salary for April as days of presence at work.
5. The heads of the public sector units and the heads of the self-managed institutions/authorities on the period of 21 – 24 April will attract the strictly necessary staff to ensure the functionality of the processes, including the distance ones.
6. The day of 27 April 2020 is declared working day and the day of 8 June 2020 is declared day off.
7. The Annex No 3 to the Instruction No 10 from 31 March 2020 of Moldova’s Commission for Emergency Situations is completed with the points 5 and 6 with the following content:
„5. Exception to the current procedure are the taxi, private and business flights, which carry a limited number of people onboard.
6. The Civil Aviation Authority will submit the requests for the flights mentioned in the point 5 to the National Commission for Emergency Situations for approval.’’
CSE also took other important decisions.