Sobyanin brought Medvedev’s attention to miserable wages of bailiffs

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Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin also complained to the Prime Minister of unreasonably long periods of putting in operation ready constructed facilities.

Sobyanin brought the Russian Prime Minister’s attention to miserable wages of bailiffs.

“Their wages are not just low, they are miserable,” said Sobyanin at an enlarged meeting of the Ministry of Finance.

“And we can’t demand effective work from these people. I think we need to examine what’s going on there; Moscow bailiffs’ salary is 12,000-15,000 rubles ($230-290 – ed),” said the Moscow Mayor.

“This is an extremely inadequate salary, and we expect them to bring billions and trillions of rubles to the state budget,” said Sobyanin.

He also complained to the Prime Minister of unreasonably long periods of putting in operation ready constructed facilities.

“We spend 9 months to build a facility, but we need a year and a half or even more to put it into operation,” stressed the Mayor.

“It is connected with our internal procedures: cadastral registration, transfer of ownership; there are so many complex procedures which are not related to capital construction nor putting the facility into operation,” said Sobyanin.

Text and pictures by TASS