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Vladimir Putin stated that bureaucracy would not be an undivided ruler in Russia
."We do not plan to turn the country over to ineffective corrupt bureaucracy," the president said on Monday in the message to the Federal Assembly. Addressing the Parliamentarians, the head of state pointed to the persisting bureaucratic problems in the country. "Our officials are still to a considerable extent a closed and arrogant caste, who understands the state interests as a variety of business," Putin said and stressed that the party and corporate bureaucracy sometimes behave not better than state bureaucracy. The president said that for this reason preservation of effective state administration remains the prime task. "Now that prerequisites for serious, effective work have been created, if the state yields to the temptation of simple decisions we can receive stagnation instead of a breakthrough," the president said. Putin considers ensuring just development of society to be a most important task of the state. "The state must ensure this principle. Each individual's well-being must stem from his work and his capabilities. An individual himself is entitled to be in command of what he has earned. And the state is duty-bound to help the poor citizens," Putin said. According to him, "all these functions were directly entrusted to the state by society." "We are a free nation, and our place will be determined by how strong and successful we will be," the president of Russia stated.
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