President Viktor Yushchenko held a meeting today with local state administrations heads, president's press office reported.
The first part of the meeting was dedicated to processing citizens petitions.
Opening the meeting the President noted that there are “too many faults, too many problems” speaking about authorities reaction to citizens petitions. He also expressed readiness to take all necessary steps so that state authorities and citizens would have a more prolific dialogue. “Neither ideological or political concerns of the person petitioning the authorities, nor the region where it takes place should be of importance for us. We must be fully opened and responsible before the citizens,” Yushchenko said.
Yushchenko also urged state administrations heads to carry on a dialogue with citizens in person mentioning that President’s Secretariat spotted failure of observing citizens reception schedules by state officials of 9 regions of Ukraine. “The reception schedule of Kyiv local state administration head does not include citizens reception at all," Yushchenko said. He expressed a wish that administration heads signed most of the replies to the petitions in person so that citizens would feel that the authorities are respecting the dialogue.
In the second part of the meeting the President focused on introducing modifications to legislation regulating state purchases of goods and services.
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