Kazakh Prime Minister reprimands three vice ministers

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Baku, Azerbaijan, May 5

By Elena Kosolapova - Trend:

Kazakh Prime Minister reprimanded three vice ministers for inappropriate execution of presidential orders, Kazakhstanskaya Pravda newspaper reported on May 5.

Karim Massimov reprimanded Vice Minister of Finance Ruslan Daulenov and Vice - Minister of Economy and Budget Planning Madina Abylkasymova for delay in implementation of the government's law-making activity plan and Vice - Minister of Regional Development Serik Zhumangarin for the weakened control over the implementation of the monocities development program.

In total, the Kazakh Government received 33 recommendations concerning presidential orders execution.

Earlier Presidential Administration introduced a new format of work to strengthen control over the execution of the president's instructions and increase accountability of political officials. This format has to ensure effective implementation of the Strategy "Kazakhstan-2050" and joining the top 30 developed countries. Analytical groups and a new monitoring system were created in the structural units of the Administration.

Weekly meetings have taken place since April where management of Prime-Minister's Office, deputy ministers, executive secretaries, deputy regional governors and heads of national companies report on the ongoing work on the implementation of the presidential orders.

Following the meeting, the Government receives information on quality and time of the implementation of the presidential instructions and recommendations on punishment of state employees and officials.

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