The head of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, on Thursday, November 17, dismissed the regional government. Its decision the head of the Republic explained that the work of the regional Cabinet, in his opinion, not effective enough.

The resignation of the government, Yevkurov said at the evening session of the government of Ingushetia in Magas, reports TASS. “I believe the work of the government of the Republic are not sufficiently effective, and therefore decided to dismiss him,” explained Yevkurov at the meeting, which discussed issues of efficiency of implementation of government programs.

The head of the region explained that “many of the issues and challenges faced by the government, not finalized, little initiative, no serious interaction with the Federal authorities, the implementation of government programs is often in jeopardy because there is no timely monitoring of the disbursement of funds, failure of terms of delivery of objects”. “This is a serious omission,” stated the head of Ingushetia.

Yevkurov stressed that currently, the region faces serious challenges. He noted that Ingushetia is entering a new stage of development and relies on economic growth to a self-sustaining level that will allow you to “get off the subsidy of the needle and to make its own contribution to the development of the country.”

For this purpose, said Yevkurov, the region needs to fully implement the industrial, agricultural and investment potential. According to him, he sees the fatigue of government, and a decision on his resignation was not easy for him.

According to the head of the Republic, many members of the government have not come to understand the tasks that need to be addressed for successful socio-economic development of the Republic.

Yevkurov has said that the new Cabinet needs to significantly update their work. He laid the interim Prime Minister, first Deputy Prime Minister Alikhan Tsechoyev.

The head of Ingushetia dismissed the government of the region 17.11.2016

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