Moldovan government approves cheapening of services provided by Public Services Agency
16:27 | 06.10.2021 Category: Official
Chisinau, 6 October /MOLDPRES/ - More services of the Public Services Agency (ASP) will be cheapened as of 1 November 2021. The cheapenings were approved at a today’s cabinet meeting, at an initiative by ASP, following an analysis of the costs and resources available, the government’s communication and protocol department has reported.
The list of services for which the tariffs will decrease is as follows:
· registration of marriage – from 260 lei to 0 lei;
· registration of divorce, from 300 lei to 210 lei;
· change of the family name or given name, from 290 lei to 230 lei;
· change or correcting of a civil status act, from 140 lei to 50 lei;
· declaring the loss of the identify card, from 50 lei to 0 lei;
· identification of the vehicle in the case of the first registration in Moldova, from 600 lei to 400 lei;
· release of the matriculation plates for vehicles, from 550 lei to 480 lei;
· release of a matriculation plate (for tows, motor transport), from 350 lei to 270 lei;
· registration of a plot of land – from 320 lei to 240 lei;
· registration of a plot of land with construction or dwelling purpose, from 340 lei to 280 lei, etc.
The ASP’s estimation as to the cutting of the tariff burden from the citizens is of about 25 million lei annually.
„Just as we have earlier promised, we today approve, at the cabinet meeting, cheapenings to a range of services provided by the Public Services Agency. These cheapenings are suggested based on the current resources; yet, I am confident that, after the next correct acquisition and without schemes of passport forms, we will be able to continue with the cheapenings, so that the citizens do not pay extra money to all kinds of intermediaries,’’ Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita said during the discussion on the draft.
ASP director Mircea Esanu said that the institution would soon come up with good news for the citizens, including as regards the elimination of more bureaucratic requirements in the process of accessing the services and simplifying the access to the ASP services for the citizens who stay abroad temporarily or permanently.