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7 Aug 2017

Lukashenko urges local authorities to exercise their powers in full

Lukashenko urges local authorities to exercise their powers in full

MINSK, 7 August (BelTA) – Local authorities should exercise their powers in full, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said when approving the appointment of heads of local executive and regulatory bodies on 7 August, BelTA informs.

“You come to the primary branch of the power vertical in a rather complicated period. I want you to exercise your powers in full, I do not want to remind you once again that you are heads of district executive committees and you are responsible for these territories,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

“Please decide with whom you will work. We do not need fossilized minds. If you want to give a chance to anybody, it will be very good,” the president said. “I do not like hasty decisions: there can be different reasons, there have been different styles of administration before you. Therefore, give people a chance. And in a month or two you will see if a person is ready to work or not.”

The head of state paid special attention to the formation of local administration systems and urged to be very cautious in building interaction with workers of district executive committees. “They have rather normal salaries today, but people should do their job well. If you want to optimize something, reduce the administrative apparatus, and save money (I hope you know that we had this in mind when making a decision on optimization), it is up to you to decide,” he added.

Work with the population is also important, it is necessary to meet with people regularly, Alexander Lukashenko said. “They need to see a person with administrative powers who can solve their problems today,” the head of state said. “I do not mean that you should visit people’s houses from morning till night. No. Please decide how you will work with people, there are not many enterprises in your regions.”

There president also reminded that a new school year will begin soon and schools should be prepared for it. “Please do your best to prepare schools for children,” he instructed.

“You are my representatives at the local level. I want you to do everything you can to prove to people that this administration is efficient,” Alexander Lukashenko concluded.

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