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The prosecutor's office criticized the work of the Vladivostok mayor's office during an emergency

The prosecutor's office criticized the work of the Vladivostok mayor's office during an emergency
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The Vladivostok prosecutor's office found numerous violations in the work of the Vladivostok administration. The department says that they have seriously complicated the elimination of the consequences of freezing rain in the city.

Shortsightedness and inconsistency in the actions of municipal structures led to the fact that heavy precipitation in the form of rain and snow paralyzed life in Vladivostok, and the elimination of the consequences of the natural disaster was delayed. This is the conclusion reached by the city prosecutor's office.

According to the press service of the Primorsky Territory Prosecutor's Office, the list of violations includes the inability of the city authorities to organize the work of subordinate institutions, improper maintenance of energy facilities, and lack of information about the availability of backup energy sources. In addition, the municipality did not bother to provide uninterrupted power supply to the inhabitants of Popov Island in advance and could not quickly cope with the problem of delivering the population of the island territories. On all revealed violations, the prosecutor's office made representations to the head of the city.

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