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Accounts Chamber criticized Komsomolsk development plan
Effective since 2016, the long-term development plan of Komsomolsk-on-Amur does not solve the problem of developing the city and turning it into a dynamic center of socio-economic growth in the Far East. However, there is no state agency responsible for the implementation of this plan. This was stated by the Accounts Chamber of Russia.
The auditor Svetlana Orlova informed the College following the results of a joint audit with the CSR of the Khabarovsk Territory that the creation of an effective system for managing the implementation of plan measures has not yet been ensured, and there is no proper control over this. According to the auditor, the number and scale of planned events do not allow to improve the urban and social infrastructure of the city. Moreover, the plan does not even establish specific indicators that should be achieved as a result of its implementation.
According to the press service of the department, the plan until 2019 provides for the implementation of 31 activities, but only 15 were completed on time, the others were postponed to the next years. The Accounts Chamber believes that these terms will be postponed more than once, including due to an insufficiently developed financial component. According to Svetlana Orlova, until 2025 the plan provides for 40 billion rubles, but this amount does not reflect the real financial need - the costs of housing construction, road repairs, and the creation of the Komsomolsk TOP infrastructure are not specified. At the same time, 64 million rubles from the budget of the Khabarovsk Territory went to the development of design estimates for the construction of a regional center for the development of sports in Komsomolsk, which is not related to the TOP infrastructure.
The Audit Chamber suggested that the government determine the state authority responsible for implementing the Komsomolsk development plan and consider the feasibility of clarifying the concept of “TOSER infrastructure” in the law on ASEZ.