Russian President Vladimir Putin said that “the may decrees”, which he signed in 2012, could give momentum to positive changes in the most important spheres of life of Russians. However, he noted that outstanding issues still more. The head of state said at the joint meeting of the State Council and the presidential Commission on monitoring of achievement of target indicators socially-economic development of the country, reports RIA Novosti.
“Immediately I will say that in recent years, over the years, managed to inject some new momentum for positive change in the most sensitive, important to the lives of citizens in areas such as health, education, culture, housing and utilities. Of course, the problems are still very much unresolved matters more than what you managed to do that,” Putin said.
But, according to the President, “may decrees” also has allowed “to strengthen the partnership at all levels of government and civil society in addressing national problems.”
Putin signed the “may decrees” may 7, 2012 immediately after the accession to the presidency. Among them documents on economic and social policy, health, education and science.