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Agency Caucasus: Kanokov Hails Year 2007 As Successful

posted by zaina19 on September, 2008 as KABARDINO-BALKAR

Nalchik/Agency Caucasus - President Arsen Kanokov of Kabardino-Balkaria said last week in his annual address in Parliament that the republic benefited greatly in all fiels of activities from the year 2007.

The government, Parliament, non-governmental organizations and the private sector have all worked jointly to enable the nation to develop continuously, said Kanokov: "Although a serious management of the taxation, along with a better adjustment of the balance between expenditure and income, has greatly contributed to the economy, there is now more to be done to improve the efficiency of economic activities. It is only through a powerful system of economy that the nation may profit more from larger amounts of income and suffer less from smallar debts. And this requires us to modernize our industry as soon as possible."

Agricultural development required establishment of a new system of administration that would specify how to use the land, said Kanokov, and added that his administration would continue to place the primary emphasis on the battle against poverty and unemployment while extending the chances for social aid and housing.

Kanokov went on to say that his administration would need to set up a new way of handling the religious issues in order to fight radicalism and establish national stability. His government's priority was to combat bribery, said Kanokov and added that a new special programme was being prepared to handle the issue of bribery in the next two years.
Of the parliamentary elections to be held late this year, Kanokov underlined the need to establish a multiparty system of politics to underpin the democratic social values.

Non-governmental organizations have had a larger impact on society than ever before "because they formed what is called the Civil Council of Consultation," Kanokov said.
The president vowed before he ended his address not to allow anybody, regardless of their slogas and of their ideologies, to disturb the stability of the nation.

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