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On 29 May 2007 in Strasbourg (France) the Minister of Welfare signed the Revised European Social Charter of 3 May 1996.  In compliance with the Ordinance of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 962 of 13 December 2006 the Ministry of Welfare submitted the draft Law on the ratification of the articles of the Revised Charter according to the set procedure until 1 January 2009. Prior to the commencement of the ratification procedure the Ministry of Welfare in cooperation with the ministries sharing responsibility in this field has completed the evaluation of the compliance of the legal acts of the Republic of Latvia (with the requirements of the revised European Social Charter). On 24 November 2011 the draft Law "On the Revised European Social Charter" was adopted by Saiema [Parliament] in the first reading. The second reading has not been scheduled yet.

It is planned to ratify also the European Social Security Code signed on 28 November 2003 (hereinafter referred to as the "Code").

Currently the Code has been signed by 26 countries and 21 of them have also ratified it.

For the purpose of evaluating the legal acts of the Republic of Latvia regulating the social security and medicine system within the context of the Code the Initial Report was developed and it contains also the assessments (percentage) concerning the social security area of Latvia. The assessments have been performed in compliance with the guidelines provided by the European Council. On 1 December 2011 the draft Law "On the European Social Security Code" was adopted by Saiema [Parliament] in the first reading. The second reading has not been scheduled yet.