The Belarusian Parliament has launched its traditional autumn session today with 26 bills to be considered. The focus will be on a package of documents on next year"s budget. According to Chairman of the House of Representatives Vladimir Andreichenko, the draft of the main financial document is generally realistic and balanced. Along with strong expenditure control, it provides for an increase in health care, education and science funding. The MPs will also have to consider a range of economic documents related to the EAEU. Ratifying the Convention on the Rights of Disabled Persons will allow expanding the rights of people with disabilities.