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The head of Yakutia focused on working with citizens and organizations

The administration of the head and government of the republic of Sakha (Yakutia) will work according to the sectoral principle. It is reported by the press service of the regional administration, with reference to the relevant decree of the head of the republic Egor Borisov. The administration will now operate six new departments, the secretariats of the vice-presidents of the government will be abolished.

“Particular attention is paid to the work with appeals of citizens and organizations, which is entrusted to the Department of Internal Policy. The tasks of the department will be: analysis and monitoring of incoming questions and appeals, preparation and execution of an exhaustive, complete answer to each appeal. The Department will closely interact with the newly created Situation Center, where operational information is generated on socio-economic and socio-political issues of the republic, the current situation in the economy and society, information on issues of territories and local governments. With such an approach to work with citizens' appeals, the principle of unsubscribing and a formal response will be excluded, ”the administration's personnel policy department said in a statement.

Earlier Yegor Borisov stated that the approaches to work with citizens' appeals would be reviewed. "I decided to radically change the system of work with citizens' appeals and gave an appropriate instruction. In the administration of the head and the government there was a special department for dealing with appeals, now a structure will be created that will analyze the issues arising in this or that request of the Yakut population. The same structure will give an exhaustive answer to each appeal, "the head of Yakutia said.

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