Prime Minister office to be reduced by third
Astana. April 16. Kazakhstan Today - The office of the Prime Minister will be reduced by third within the limits of administrative reform. Downsizing of employees of the office is planned to take place by third - from 307 units, up to 230. Vice Prime Minister, the Minister of Economics and Budgetary Planning Aslan Musin informed today during the governmental hour in the Parliament, the agency reports. "The structure of the Prime Minister's office providing government work coordination has been changed. The new structure is called to promote solution of strategic and operative problems in the view of the directions of social and economic development set by the President of Kazakhstan," he added. Vice Prime Minister noted that the measures are being undertaken within the limits of realization of the decree of the President on the measures of further carrying out of administrative reform dated March 29, 2007.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today