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Prime Minister charges to set up working group to upgrade RSA structure
12.08.2015 | 16:45
Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU

In September, Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk will introduce a proposition to the Government to retrofit the structures of regional state administrations. The Head of Government declared at the Cabinets meeting on August 12.

He reminded that in September he plans to submit for the coalitions consideration a new composition and structure of the Cabinet of Ministers: "In September the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine shall undergo a reforming process and the structure of regional state administration should comply with the structure of the Government."

"The present structure of RSA is a copy of a regional party committee of Ukraine, like the one existing 25 years ago. What has changed is only the sign plate. We should renovate completely the structure of regional state administrations," he stressed.

To cut twofold the number of civil servants, at this to raise efficiency twofold. The wage fund will remain as it is now. It will enable them to distribute these funds and provide an opportunity to attract more qualified individuals to work with public service," explained Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

The Prime Minister appealed to Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Hanna Onyshchenko, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko together with the Ministry of Finance, concerned ministries and heads of regional state administrations to establish a working group on reforming the structure of regional state administrations.

The Head of Government set a deadline of two weeks for the working group to elaborate propositions pertaining to an RSA model structure.

"I will have appropriate consultations with members of the Cabinet of Ministers, the Parliamentary coalition and the President of Ukraine concerning how we see a new qualitative structure of the Cabinet of Ministers - both in quality and quantity", summed up Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

 

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