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Amur region failed in the rating of regions for the execution of the program of resettlement of citizens from emergency housing - EastRussia bulletin #133
As is known, the share of dilapidated and emergency housing in the Far East is 5,9%, which is higher than the average for Russia - 2,7%. According to the rating of regions on the implementation of the program for the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing on 1 in October, the worst results in the Amur region - the region did not fulfill the program, taking the last place in the rating, - says the latest issue EastRussia Bulletin.
Rating of subjects for the implementation of resettlement programs for citizens from an emergency housing stock (for 1 October 2016)
|Region||Rank||Program execution rate,%|
|The Republic of Buryatia||32||83,46|
|Jewish Autonomous Region||56||46,5|
Source - Foundation for Assistance to Housing and Communal Services
Nevertheless, the Amur Region is not criticized and, on the contrary, can rely on the help of the federal center - Priamurye will additionally receive 4 billion rubles from the federal budget to relocate citizens from emergency housing. The outsider of the rating was also the Trans-Baikal Territory, where Governor Konstantin Ilkovsky resigned at the time due to the failure of the implementation of the resettlement program from emergency housing. Trans-Baikal, which also has serious difficulties with the budget, took 73 place in the ranking, and the program execution rate was only 20,11%. The issue of implementing the program is now acute for the new head of the region Natalia Zhdanova.
The leaders of the rating were Sakhalin, Magadan Oblast and Kamchatka, with program performance indicators exceeding 85%. The program is designed for the period 2016-2017. (in the Amur Region, the dates were transferred to 2018 year), provides for the possibility of transferring unspent funds to the next period.
According to the published housing and public utilities fund Statistics Execution of regional programs for the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing from 2014 to 2016 in October, the worst situation in the Trans-Baikal Territory, where the emergency fund is reset by less than 25%. This is followed by the Amur region, where the emergency fund is only 30% settled. Thus, these two regions are outsiders here as well. More than 60% program was performed by Buryatia, Khabarovsk Territory, Sakhalin and Magadan Oblast. For more than 50%, the emergency fund has been resettled in Primorye and Chukotka, the Jewish Autonomous Region and the Kamchatka Territory have lagged behind. Yakutia, where 15% of all houses are in an emergency and dilapidated state, completed the program at 45%. Similar to the Yakut indicators in the Irkutsk region (45%).
Main topics of the EastRussia Bulletin #133:
- Polyus Gold will issue Eurobonds;
- The Far East will receive 307,8 million for preferential medicines;
- The Yakut government may be headed by Yevgeny Chekin;
- The impression of the week: + Natalia Zhdanova, - Sergey Levchenko;
- The future of Inaglinsky GOK is in the development of its brand.