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Egor Borisov will make changes in the activities of the leadership of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

Yegor Borisov held a weekly meeting with the leadership of the Administration of the Head and Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

The meeting traditionally began with the reports of advisers and heads of structural divisions on the events in the republic and ongoing ongoing work. Among other things, issues of preparation for winter, interaction with the public, including discussions on changes in the republican legislation on local self-government, and a number of other working moments were discussed.

Speaking to the participants of the meeting, Yegor Borisov briefly touched upon the upcoming changes in the composition of the government of Yakutia. In particular, he said that the number of deputy prime ministers in the Cabinet of Ministers of Galina Danchikova will be reduced to six.

As Borisov stressed, the emphasis in the work of the Administration of the Head and Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) should now be more shifted towards controlling the activities of the executive authorities, analyzing the implementation of all republican programs and instructions of the head, constantly monitoring the situation in the social sphere, economy and other important areas life of the republic.

In addition, the functions of the office of the head and the government on interaction with federal authorities and on work with citizens will be strengthened.

Perhaps the most radical was the decision of Yegor Borisov to abolish the existing secretaries of the deputy prime ministers, who often paid more attention to personal support of the activities of deputy heads than to interaction with supervised ministries and departments. Now the administration will be formed subdivisions, designed primarily to monitor the dynamics of processes occurring in various sectors of the economy.

According to the logic of the head of the republic, all data obtained as a result of integrated monitoring should be placed at the disposal of the newly created expert group, whose members, after generalization and careful analysis, will give their recommendations to the leadership of the republic for making managerial decisions.

Thus, as stated by Egor Borisov, the most important in the work of the new Administration of the Head and Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will be not so much a structural as a substantial change.

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