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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree aimed at reducing the bureaucracy apparatus of the federal bodies of executive power
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree aimed at reducing the bureaucracy apparatus of the federal bodies of executive power. He declared the measure in his opening remarks at a conference devoted to economic issues on Wednesday. Putin said the decree “empowers the chiefs of departments and agencies concerned to optimize the strength of personnel and at the same time retain the remuneration fund and the right to use it.” “Our salaries keep rising. We have always set to ourselves the task of cutting the bureaucratic machinery,” Putin said. “With that task we failed to cope, though. On the contrary, the strength of administrative bodies in the center and locally keeps growing.” “I believe that the right to retain the remuneration fund despite personnel cuts and to use it will prove an incentive for the chiefs of the departments concerned to optimizing the subordinate staff,” the president added.
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