Sergey Aksenov has released from posts of Finance Minister Vladimir Lewandowski and Minister of industrial policy Andrei Skrynnik. The head of the Crimean branch of ISAPI Alexander Formanchuk is sure that the process of team formation is not finished.
SIMFEROPOL, 30 Dec –. The government of the Crimea there are new personnel resignation, the process of shaping more effective and professional team not over, said the head of the Crimean branch of the Institute of socio-economic and political studies (ISAPI) Alexander Formanchuk.
The head of the Republic, the President of the Council of Ministers of Crimea Sergey Aksenov was released Tuesday from their posts of Finance Minister Vladimir Lewandowski and Minister of industrial policy Andrei Skrynnik.
Formanchuk stressed that the head of the Crimea is always very demanding and harshly assess the actions of their subordinates. “The resignation is a signal to all members of the government, that if someone will not do corresponding conclusions, the resignation will continue. And the fact that they will last, personally I have no doubt. Today it is impossible to form a team once and for all, so Aksenov constantly busy finding and creating a more efficient and professional team”, — said Formanchuk.
Aksenov works without weekends and holidays, so his subordinates are hard to adapt to such stringent requirements and to maintain the set pace of work, the expert reminded. “It’s hard to meet the requirements of Aksenova in the solution of relatively complex problems”, — said the expert.
Earlier, the head of the Republic Sergey Aksenov said that the resignations of the Ministers of Finance and industrial policy of the Crimea made the day before, should benefit the business and bring positive effect.
Over the past year, the government of the Crimea there were several key resignations: for one reason or another were replaced by Ministers of transport, of tourism and resorts, healthcare, economic development, property and land relations, fuel and energy.
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