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Four governors of the Far Eastern Federal District were included in the first group of the effectiveness rating of governors
The Civil Society Development Fund together with the Izvestia newspaper presented the third issue of the efficiency rating of the governors of the Russian Federation. The rating is represented by four groups - from “very high” (above 75 points) to “below average” (less than 50 points). The first group with the highest indicators included four governors of the Far Eastern Federal District - Roman Kopin (Chukotka Autonomous Region), Vladimir Pecheny (Magadan Region), Vyacheslav Shport (Khabarovsk Territory) and Oleg Kozhemyako (Amur Region).
According to the Civil Society Development Fund, the rating uses data from the Public Opinion Foundation, the Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation, the National Monitoring Service, indicators of the social well-being of Russian regions and the assessments of federal and regional experts.
The effectiveness of executive bodies is assessed by order of the President of the Russian Federation.