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In Yakutia, want to cancel a resonant resolution

In Yakutia, want to cancel a resonant resolution
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolayev, said that he recommended that the Chairman of the Government of the Republic, Vladimir Solodov, should cancel the recently discussed 202-th resolution, which could lead to a reduction in budgetary institutions. Officials must prepare a new document.

The decree "On the standards of the structure and parameters of the minimum network of social infrastructure" developed the previous composition of the government of Yakutia, it was adopted in June 2018. Within its framework, they prepared a plan for the introduction of model staffing tables in the fields of education, health care, culture and sports. The news about the possible reduction of institutions has caused a great resonance in society.

Now Aisen Nikolaev, before September 1, is asking the Republican government to adopt a new resolution with concrete decisions for each district. According to him, the document should not be about reductions, but about improving the management system. At the same time, according to the press service of the government of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev does not intend to refuse to reduce the number of public institutions and management personnel in the public sector. Cuts are waiting for "unnecessary institutions."