The President of Russia Vladimir Putin asked the head of the accounts chamber Tatyana Golikova and the head of the Executive Committee of the Russian popular front (onf), Alexey Anisimov to assess the implementation of the may decrees during the joint meeting of the state Council and the Commission of the Commission on monitoring of achievement of key indicators of socio-economic development of the country. It is reported RIA Novosti on Thursday, 4 may.
Spoke at the meeting, in particular, the head of the Ministry of construction Mikhail Men, Minister of labour and social protection Maxim Topilin, the heads of several regions and the parliamentary parties.
“Though the criticisms are, but it sounds on the whole quite good-looking (appearances on the implementation of the may decrees — approx. “Of the tape.ru”), — said the President. However, he stressed that the situation is actually more complicated.
“So I would ask MS Golikova, head of the accounting chamber, and Anisimov Alexei Viktorovich, (…) to give their assessment”, — said the head of state. It is noted that after the broadcast of the meeting, which was conducted on the website of the TV channel “Russia 24”, he ended.
Anisimov reported to the President that the onf believes executed 35 of 179 of its orders, 100 need improvement. Not met 44 of the instructions, added the representative of the front. In particular, the authorities failed to make an independent assessment of the quality of public services “effective mechanism for improving the quality” of services, according to the activists of the front.
What Golikova said at the meeting, the Agency is not misleading. In conversation with reporters, she said that the chamber sees no need to monitor the program of renovation of housing in the capital. “I really believe that Moscow has assumed quite serious commitments and complex in terms of implementation, but extremely popular with the population, the population of Moscow in this case,” she said.
May orders — 11 documents with instructions to the government, the implementation of which aims to improve the quality of life of the Russians, was signed by Putin in the spring of 2012. The decrees define the basic guidelines for the development of the country for several years, primarily in the socio-economic sphere.