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The new head of the Khabarovsk Territory will reduce the number of ministers and the cost of maintaining officials - EastRussia | Far East

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The new head of the Khabarovsk Territory will reduce the number of ministers and the cost of maintaining officials

The governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergey Furgal has prepared a new staffing table. Now it is on approval. The head of the region at the hardware meeting asked all services and departments to look at the changes that will occur and express their views.

"But, in principle, at 98% this is a resolved issue. The ministries are significantly reduced, the three ministries are being cut completely. The deputy prime ministers are significantly reduced, some of the first deputies are being curtailed. Structured ministries, for example, agriculture, processing and trade combine to have better manageability, "- said Sergei Furgal.

According to the governor, now he is trying to centralize the management so that his tasks and instructions do not spread out over responsible persons. This, according to the head of the region, will speed up the execution of orders and introduce personal responsibility. Also, Sergei Furgal said that he would remove duplicating functions in the Khabarovsk Krai government.

"In addition, I was instructed by the Minister of Finance to reduce the cost of maintaining the bureaucracy at least 20-25%. As much as we spend today on the maintenance of our staff - an overabundance, "- said the governor.