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Accounts Chamber criticized executive power in Russia

Accounts Chamber criticized executive power in Russia
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The Accounts Chamber conducted a strategic audit of the formation and achievement of the performance indicators of the federal executive bodies and announced the inefficiency of the strategic planning system. It revealed the problems of regulatory regulation, methodological support, organization of control, transparency and accessibility of information.

As noted in the report of the Accounts Chamber, normative legal acts do not form a complete strategic planning system. They are not consistent with each other and are not updated with documents defining national goals and strategic objectives of socio-economic development.

According to the agency, none of the approved plans for 2019-2024 meets the established requirements. The plans take into account only 55% of the indicators of national and federal projects.

Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that this report needs to be clarified, but the government will deal with its analysis.

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