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In the largest area of ​​Kamchatka, the norms for state support of small and medium-sized businesses

So, out of 10 administrative formations of the Elizovsky district (the city of Elizovo is the second largest city in Kamchatka), 9 local programs for the development of small and medium-sized businesses have not been adopted, namely in Elizovsky city, Razdolnensky, Novoavachinsky, Vulkanny, Nikolaevsky, Koryaksky, Nachikinsky, Pionersky, Novolesnovsky settlements - the prosecutor's office of the Elizovsky district reports.

Such actions are contrary to the Federal Law of July 24, 2007 No. 209-FZ "On the development of small and medium-sized businesses in the Russian Federation" and the legislation on local self-government. According to the prosecutor's office of the Kamchatka Territory, funds for financial support for creating conditions for the development of entrepreneurship are not provided in local budgets, property support is not provided to them, there is no property for the purpose of providing small and medium-sized businesses.

The only program adopted by the administration of the Elizovsky municipal district does not contain conditions and procedures for providing support to business entities and organizations that form the infrastructure for their support.

In the local government of the municipal formations of the region 4 was brought to protest against illegal regulations, 9 generalized submissions were made. The results of consideration of the measures of the prosecutor's response are on the control of the prosecutor's office.

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