Putin told about the consequences of rudeness of officials

Putin told about the consequences of rudeness of officials

Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking at the plenary session of the Congress of “United Russia”, said that party members should not allow rudeness and contempt for the people. About it reports “Interfax”.


According to him, leadership is to adopt the required national solutions and to explain to people the essence and necessity of these decisions.

At the Congress of United Russia voted for the creation of the ethics Commission, as of December 7 party members distributed a leaflet with seven commandments that must be followed in public activities. The training manual says in part that people and their problems should be treated with respect and attention and to avoid dealing with them degrading remarks.

Ethical norms are accepted on the background of numerous scandals over the statements of officials and parliamentarians. For example, the Deputy of the city Duma of Saratov Nikolay Ostrovsky said people should state, head of the Department of youth policy of the Sverdlovsk region Olga Glatskikh said about the uselessness of youth and the Deputy of the city Duma of Yaroslavl Dmitry Petrovsky advocated the total abolition of the pension and free medicine.

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