The Economic and Social Council analyses the economic and social situation of the country and makes recommendations to the Government and the Parliament, in compliance with the Law, on:

  • restructuring and development of the national economy;
  • privatisation, functioning and increase of the competitiveness of the economic operators;
  • labour relations and wage policy;
  • social and health protection;
  • education, research and culture;
  • monetary, financial, fiscal and income policies.

In appliance to its advisory function on settling matters, the Economic and Social Council is mainly competent in:
  1. analysing and issuing opinions to draft government decisions, ordinances and bills to be submitted for adoption to the Parliament;
  2. analysing and issuing opinions to draft programmes and strategies not embodied into acts, previous to their adoption;
  3. informing the Government and the Parliament on the emergence of economic and social events that call for new regulations;
  4. analysing the causes of disputes at national or branch level and working-out proposal for their settlement in the national interest;
  5. elaborating analyses and studies on the economic and social realities at the request of the Government, of the Parliament or on its own initiative;
  6. elaborating and assisting the implementation of strategies, programs, methodologies and standards in the field of the social dialogue;
  7. observing the carrying out of duties following from the Convention 144 / 1976 of the International Labour Organization on tripartite consultations, intended to promote the enforcement of international labour standards.

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