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The Prosecutor General’s Office will begin to monitor payments to doctors

The Prosecutor General’s Office will begin to monitor payments to doctors
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The prosecutor general’s office is asked to organize systematic supervision of incentive payments to physicians working with coronavirus in the regions. This is stated in the draft resolution of the Federation Council, which was drawn up to the report of the prosecutor general on the state of law and order in the Russian Federation.

As the RIA News, senators urge the prosecutor general to continue monitoring the observance of the rights of entrepreneurs, including when providing them with state support in a crisis caused by the epidemic. It is necessary to monitor the implementation of the credit program to support employment for enterprises in the most affected sectors, and pay particular attention to checking the legality of spending budget funds to eliminate the consequences of coronavirus.

The document also addresses the authority of regional heads. The governors are asked to take control of the timely and full payment of not only doctors working with COVID-19, but also employees of social institutions.

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