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Dmitry Medvedev has demanded to establish strict control over the implementation of the priority national projects starting from January 1, 2006
Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has demanded to establish strict control over the implementation of the priority national projects starting from January 1, 2006. Medvedev said opening the second meeting of the presidium of the Council for the priority national projects implementation on Wednesday, "we should make sure that the money will come to the recipients with guarantee." Medvedev proposed to form the activity network for the national projects implementation and determine the targets. "If a need to deviate from targets arises we will discuss the issue at a meeting of the presidium in order to prevent the rambling of figures and altering of indicators," the first vice prime minister said. At the same time he voiced apprehension that the priority national projects can be impeded by red tape. "It is necessary to save our cause from suffocating in reports and piles of bureaucratic papers, and this is a real danger," Medvedev said. He called on the meeting participants not to tolerate extremes - the total lack of control or on the contrary - a situation in which all the work is reduced to paper moving due to the "administrative courage," as he put it. Medvedev also said he believes the structure of education in Russia is insensitive to innovations. The official said that new technologies are introduced in educational establishments at the local level. "I am waiting for proposals on measures of state support for stimulating the teaching stuff to use modern technologies," Medvedev said. The first deputy prime minister also drew attention to the problem of computerization of schools. "This work was launched long ahead of the priority projects formulation. We need to look for where are these computers and where is that Internet," Medvedev pointed out. The state will in the near future allocate funds to the regions that have their own mortgage credit development programmes, Medvedev said. Medvedev explained that the state is transferring to co-financing of housing construction and will provide assistance to regions through subsidies on mortgage credits. The first vice prime minister said that a queue for getting social housing for low-income families had been created ahead of the presidential priority programmes launching. "The rights of these persons on the waiting list should not be violated," Medvedev said.
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