Tihipko: people in uniform passed all bounds and ‘keep charging’ business everyday
The Vice Prime Minister – Minister of Social Policy Serhiy Tihipko believes that supervisory authorities pay too much time to inspections of businesses’ activities.
‘Our supervisory organizations passed all bounds today’, - he said at a meeting in the town of Simferopol, informs UNIAN.
‘Wherever you come, the talk is only one: “Serhiy Leonidovych, simultaneously up to 7 inspectors come, we do not have enough rooms!”. The President said – one inspection per year and our dear colleagues in uniform allow themselves to keep charging business every day, by coming at the working enterprise one by one’, - informed the Vice Prime-Minister.
According to Tihipko, the controllers ‘pressed down’ the business.
‘Nowadays they are in extremely difficult situation’, - said the Vice Prime-Minister.
He also added that the last conversation on this matter was very tough at a meeting of the regions Council.
‘All the ministers in uniform and Attorneys General were warned’, - pointed out Tihipko.
12 February 2015 11:38