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The head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Yegor Borisov, in his address to the State Assembly (Il Tumen) of the republic, laid out important theses of his socio-economic policy

Today, the Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Egor Borisov, in his Address to the State Assembly (Il Tumen) of the Republic set forth important theses for his socio-economic policy:

1. The effect of reduced tax rates under the simplified taxation system in the interests of small business in Yakutia needs to be extended, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, said in his Address.

"The key issue for entrepreneurs is taxation. The interests of small businesses must be observed within the framework of improving the patent system," he stressed.

The head of the region instructed the government of the republic to continue working with the Entrepreneurship Support Fund and to provide assistance to businessmen with difficulties in attracting credit and investment funds.

Besides. before 1 March 2015, the government will need to decide on further measures to simplify the procedure for obtaining permits for construction, registration of cadastral documents, registration of property rights, rental of property.

2. Salaries of state employees should grow by 70% by 2018, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov.

"This year 60 billion rubles were allocated for these purposes, almost 80% of the republic's own revenues," said Borisov.

He also noted that the implementation of the concept of increasing wages to employees in the budget sector of the economy of the republic will remain a priority.

"In all likelihood, we will not be able to avoid the loss of budget revenues. And we can only compensate for them by increasing our own revenues. To cope with such challenges, we need to find additional internal reserves already now," he added.

Earlier it was reported that in April 2013, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, stated the need for federal support of the republican budget to increase pay for public sector employees.

In the 2012 year, the republican treasury's labor costs for public sector employees were approximately 35%, this year this figure will increase to 45%, and in 2015, it will reach the level of 65% of all Yakutia budget expenditures.

E. Borisov stressed that the authorities of the republic are ready to support the policy of gradual increase of public sector wages, but for the implementation of these plans support from the federal budget is necessary.

3. More than 1400 emergency houses, recognized as such before 2012, should be settled by September 2017, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, said.

In the coming years, he suggested concentrating on solving four main tasks in the housing and utilities sector, given the scale of the problem and the limited budget funds.

"First: the elimination of emergency housing, by September 2017, more than 1400 emergency houses should be resettled, recognized as such until 2012. Second: stimulation of individual housing construction by providing land plots, engineering infrastructure. Third: construction of housing for local specialists within the framework of the republican movement of good deeds "My Yakutia in the XXI century." And fourth: a pilot project for the implementation of which in 2015 must be provided for at least 200 million rubles, "- explained E. Borisov.

He also clarified that, to the main problem - the high cost of 1 square. m housing - this year added more and rising rates on mortgage lending, an average of 1,5%.

“We have more than 200 thousand people in need of housing,” the head of the republic noted.

4. The anti-alcohol policy in Yakutia will be continued in order to reduce mortality in the republic, head of the region Yegor Borisov said in his message to the State Assembly (Il Tumen).

"With all due respect to business, we must understand that the health of people, the preservation of families and the fight against crime are much more important. Therefore, the anti-alcohol policy - in matters of streamlining, and not limiting the sale of alcohol at retail - we will continue and will ensure that from 2015 alcoholic beverages were carried out only in specialized retail outlets, "stressed E. Borisov.

He noted that alcohol abuse remains one of the main causes of death in the republic and throughout Russia.

Earlier it was reported that in November this year, the republican parliament adopted a law on the rules of alcohol trade, which will enter into force on January 1, 2015. According to the new rules, it will be possible to sell alcohol only in "specialized stationary trade objects".

Currently, the sale of alcohol in Yakutia is permitted from 14: 00 to 20: 00.

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