The government announced the implementation of 90% of the “may decrees” Putin

The government announced the implementation of 90% of the “may decrees” Putin

MOSCOW, may 4 — RIA Novosti. The Russian government reports that by may of 2017 was supposed to be completed 180 orders for the “may decrees” of the President, to date, executed more than 90%, according to the website of the Cabinet.

It is noted that currently, performance is 53 instructions. This includes orders that are not completed within the originally established deadline, setting new deadlines. For 53 under execution instructions, the expiry dates are in 2016 in four orders; in 2017 — three orders; in 2018-2020 — 34 large; 12 assignments, a deadline is not defined, establishing the frequency of reporting.

On Thursday in the Kremlin under the chairmanship of Russian President Vladimir Putin held a joint meeting of the State Council and the presidential Commission on monitoring of achievement of target indicators socially-economic development of the country. According to the press service of the Kremlin, for a discussion of three clusters of issues: the provision of public and municipal services through the network, independent assessment of the quality of social services and the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing.

The Russian President signed the “may decrees” in the day of his inauguration as head of state may 7, 2012. The decrees contain the parameters to which the Russian economy needs to go during his presidency, including among them was a decree to increase salaries to 100% or 200% of the average wage in the region by 2017. This increased the burden on regional budgets, which are financing these costs, so the period of execution of the decree was “extended” until 2018.

According to the report, of the instructions remaining in the performance, the largest number is in the Ministry of economic development and Ministry of education and science (11, or 20.8%), the Ministry of construction (8 or 15.1%) and defense (7 or 13.2%).