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5 November 2014

Mogilev Oblast Governor authorized to make any personnel decisions till 15 November

MINSK, 5 November (BelTA) – Mogilev Oblast Governor Piotr Rudnik will be able to make any personnel decisions in the region till 15 November. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the relevant decision at the government conference held on 5 November to discuss Mogilev Oblast development problems, BelTA has learned.

“You have time till 15 November to replace every official below you starting with the first deputy and ending with heads of industrial enterprises, agricultural enterprises and rural administrations. Make the decisions and send me a letter about who you have fired and appointed,” said Alexander Lukashenko.

“I authorize the governor to make the decisions regarding all the enterprises of the oblast till 15 November. He will send me the letter and I will approve it,” added the President.

During the government conference the head of state heard out opinions of auditing agencies, the administrations of the city of Mogilev, the district, and the oblast regarding the slow development pace of the region. Majority of those present agreed that the oblast had failed to work out a systematic approach to personnel selection.

“The style of work is useless. You have confirmed it yourself,” Alexander Lukashenko told the Mogilev Oblast Governor. “If personnel issues are the reason, you have been granted the authority to deal with it”.

“We will take an exam before the nation next year. Meanwhile, people in the oblast are not getting paid or are paid too little. You have no order. Everything is stuck in the past century. There is no advancement. I am not saying it in an effort to find fault with you. Mogilev is the worst city in the country among the oblast capitals,” noted the President. In his words, the oblast could use personnel mobilization.

Alexander Lukashenko stated that by 1 January an executive order will be signed to stipulate the responsibility of executive personnel and their authority to make others responsible. The balancing of the document will be carried out by the end of the year.

“There will be no more talks like that. Forecasts may be well and good but what will happen in dynamics is more important for me,” said the President.

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