The President of Russia Vladimir Putin declared reprimand to the head of Karelia Alexander Khudilainen. According to the press service of the Kremlin. The reason for reprimand was a violation of the obligations of the organization of resettlement of citizens from emergency housing.
“In connection with violation of the head of the Republic of Karelia A. P. Hudilaynen obligations on the resettlement of citizens from emergency housing Fund decree: to Declare the head of the Republic of Karelia A. P. hudilaynen to the reprimand,” — said in the text of the decree of 17 February.
Wednesday for its decision, Putin also accepted the resignation of the Governor of Transbaikalian territory Konstantin Ilkovsky. The document notes that the President accepted the resignation Ilkovsky on their own.
As previously reported by “Kommersant”, the meeting of the President with members of the government on 10 February, the head of Ministry of construction, Mikhail Men said that the Karelia and the TRANS-Baikal territory “given in 2015 poor performance” in implementing the program of resettlement of citizens from emergency housing. According to the publication, the Khudilainen has promised to make up for lost time, and Ilkovsky said he believes the Minister’s statement “not quite correct”.
According to the head of Karelia Republic, in 2013 the Republic had not even applied to the center a request to participate in the program because they do not have their own funds for co-financing (under current law, the program 45% must be financed from the local budget). He added that in 2015, the region’s only “fully coped with the task in 2014”, but in the first half of 2016 Karelia will catch up in 2015.
In response, Putin instructed Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and the head of the presidential administration Sergei Ivanov to prepare in this regard the proposals of the “human order”. A source in the Kremlin then said that the responsibility for the resettlement programme are personally the heads of the regions.
In the ranking of governors, prepared by the Foundation for civil society development (Fcsd) by the end of 2015, Hudilainen took fifth place from the end by splitting 78-81 place with the heads of North Ossetia, Kaliningrad and Irkutsk region.