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Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin criticized the government in connection with what is now “quite a lot” of unexecuted orders of the President. On Thursday, January 30, reported on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.
“Some [large] terms are not always reasonably tolerated, and repeatedly,” — said the Prime Minister.
He also pointed out the lack of online statistics, which will allow Deputy Prime Ministers and other leaders in real time, “as things stand these instructions”.
The Prime Minister said that his deputies will bear personal responsibility for their subordinate agencies.
On 16 January the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has signed a decree appointing mishustina for the post of Prime Minister. Before his candidacy was supported by deputies of the state Duma. For the first time in history there was not a single vote against. The previous government led by Dmitry Medvedev had resigned after announced by the head of state of changes in the Russian Constitution.
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