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The staff of the State Assembly will be reduced in Yakutia

The staff of the State Assembly will be reduced in Yakutia
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The head of the State Assembly (Il Tumen) of Yakutia Petro Gogolev ordered to develop an action plan to reduce the size of the apparatus of the republican parliament. In the next three years it should be reduced by 30%.

According to the press service of Il Tumen, the reduction plan should be developed and considered before February 3, 2020. Ultimately, these measures should reduce the burden on the regional budget and create a more effective management system.

On the need to reduce the number of state and municipal employees said the head of Yakutia Aisen Nikolaev during his annual message to the parliament of the republic. It will affect, including the government apparatus, the State Assembly and local authorities. Read more about the reason for taking such measures and their consequences. HERE

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