Matvienko invited the officials to postpone the vacation for the sake of Putin’s decree
The Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko has proposed civil servants to postpone vacation until the following year to work on the may presidential decree.
“The main thing now — all without delay to roll up their sleeves and begin work [on implementation of the decree],” said Matvienko (quoted by TASS) at meeting in administration of the Volgograd region.
She recalled that according to the decree, the government has to draw up the main objectives of Russia’s development in 12 priority projects that should be ready before October 1, 2018.
“Who in authority was going on vacation at this time, will have to move to the next year”, — said the speaker of the upper house of Parliament.
New the may decree of President Vladimir Putin, the government aims to target up to 2024 is to make contact with Russia in the five largest economies in the world, to reduce poverty by half, increase life expectancy to 78 years, and then to 80 years, to radically improve the quality of healthcare and education in the country, to provide large-scale construction of housing and infrastructure.
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