RK Govt summed up interim results of Nation Plan "100 concrete steps"
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At a meeting of the National Commission for modernization, chaired by Prime Minister Askar Mamin and with the participation of RK Mazhilis Speaker N. Nigmatulin, the progress of the Nation Plan "100 concrete steps to implement five institutional reforms of the First President - Elbasy N. Nazarbayev" was considered, Kazpravda.kz reports with reference to the press service of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
"The progress of the Nation Plan “100 concrete steps" is under the personal control of Elbasy. The Head of State K. Tokayev, in his Address to the people of Kazakhstan, instructed the National Commission for modernization to resume work. "Nur Otan" party faction in the Parliament of the country was tasked to monitor the progress of the Nation Plan "100 concrete steps". Taking into account modern realities and changing conditions, we must coordinate all our efforts, review current approaches and step up work on implementation of the steps of the Nation Plan," A. Mamin said.
As of today, 58 out of 100 steps of the Nation Plan have been completed and taken out of control, 3 steps are implemented within the framework of the “Rukhani Zhangyru” program and are controlled by the National Commission for modernization of public consciousness.
Minister of National Economy R. Dalenov, Chairman of the Civil Service Agency A. Zhailganova, Agriculture Minister S. Omarov, Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development B. Atamkulov, Minister of Foreign Affairs M. Tleuberdi, Minister of trade and integration B. Sultanov, Energy Minister K. Bozumbayev, First Deputy Prime Minister - Finance Minister A. Smailov and other members of the Government reported on the progress of other 39 steps.
The Prime Minister instructed to consider within one week the draft Roadmap and the Action Plan of the National Commission for modernization submitted by the Ministry of National Economy for their subsequent submission to the Head of State K. Tokayev.