The Kremlin commented on the data about the non-implementation of the may decrees

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www.vsyako.netDmitry Pascutto: Ilya Pitalev / RIA Novosti

Evidence that the may decrees of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin the salaries of state employees from 2012 was implemented only in four regions of the country are “output single media” which tried to analyze them, and not by Rosstat. This was stated by the official representative of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov, reports on Wednesday, April 17, RIA Novosti.

According to him, such information is difficult to comment on, since it is unknown what tools operated its source.

“They again took the average temperature in the hospital. It was manipulated, in the best sense of the word, I do not know why such conclusions media, I can’t comment,” said the spokesman.

Earlier, RBK, citing the data of Rosstat reported that the may decrees on increase of salaries of state employees as at the end of 2018 formally implemented only in four regions: in the Vladimir, Leningrad and Penza regions and in Buryatia.

Later edition edited posted data, noting that the decrees made in 16 regions: Bryansk, Vladimir, Tambov, Vologda, Leningrad, Volgograd, Nizhny Novgorod, Penza, Saratov, Tyumen (excluding constituent Autonomous districts) and the Novosibirsk region, and also in the Stavropol and Altai territories, Tatarstan, Chuvashia and Buryatia Republic.

In all other Russian regions, the authors argue, the decrees were not executed at least one category of state employees. The main reason for the failure of the may decrees in most regions is the lack of money in the regional budgets, stresses in the material.

According to the may decrees of 2012, the average monthly income from employment (wages) for different categories of workers, who traditionally are considered state employees — doctors, teachers, scientists (all 12 categories), — shall equal at least 100 or 200 percent of the average in each region of the country.

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