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The Russian government has said the Regional Development Ministry's work on reforms in the housing and utilities sector is unsatisfactory
The Russian government has said the Regional Development Ministry's work on reforms in the housing and utilities sector is unsatisfactory. "We see lack of understanding of what should be done at all levels, as well as the failure to understand the role of the organizer of this work," Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov said at a Cabinet meeting on Thursday. Fradkov underlined that Cabinet members are not properly involved in reforming this crucial sector of national economy, and that "the personal responsibility of Minister Vladimir Yakovlev is considerable here." The premier ordered the minister to draw proposals, within a month, on a complex plan of the development of the housing and utilities sector, including priority measures to develop it. Yakovlev disagreed with Fradkov's suggestion that his ministry's work be evaluated as unsatisfactory. "We've done much work across the board during the two years of the existence of our ministry," he said. However, the Cabinet unanimously supported Fradkov. Such public expression of discontent against the entire ministry is a rare occurrence in the work of the Russian government.
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