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Putin demands end of absurd mechanisms in social sphere

Putin demands end of absurd mechanisms in social sphere

Moscow, Apr 15 (Prensa Latina) All senseless procedures, absurd norms and rules in the social sphere that exhaust and humiliate people must be eliminated, Russian President Vladimir Putin demanded on Thursday. 'It is necessary to resolutely eliminate the senseless demands, the unreasonable, endlessly bureaucratic procedures, the absurd rules and regulations,' Putin said in a meeting with the Presidency of the Council of State and the Agency for Strategic Initiatives.
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The president called to get rid of everything that exhausts and, sometimes, ‘even humiliates people’ and demotivates the groups of social institutions, and reduces the efficiency and quality of their work, he warned, according to TASS news agency.

Putin instructed the relevant committees of the Council of State to summarize best the practices and expand the exchange of positive experiences in this sector among regions, health institutions, social services and employment centers, among others.

The head of State said that authorities must constantly seek free resources to improve the work of social institutions, which must meet the highest standards and requirements of Russians, he stressed.

He noted that the State’s social policy should focus on the needs and demands of the people, and the reception of services should be as simple as possible.

Putin referred to the need from doctors, employees of educational institutions, of social services not to get involved in unnecessary procedures, ‘but to dedicate their time and attention to people in the first place,’ he stressed.

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