Population of Kazakhstan is not sufficiently engaged in decision making processes
Astana. July 23. KazTAG - The population of Kazakhstan is not sufficiently engaged in the decision making processes, said Gulshara Abdykalikova, Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.
"Up to date there are a number of problems in the information-mass work - it is insufficient use of communication channels, formal approach of state bodies to coverage of their work, insufficient involvement of population in the decision making processes," said Abdikalikova at the session of the Government.
She said involvement of people in the decision making processes will activate work of public councils.
"Due to this we offer to engage people in the decision making processes through activation of work of the public councils targeted on a dialogue between the Government and society through establishing of public control over the activity of state bodies," she said.
She proposed to inform the society through direct lines with the management of state bodies, to open official accounts of state bodies in the social networks, to hold consultations, to open on-line advisor, to create virtual reception rooms of the heads of administrations, front offices in all the state bodies.
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