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MOSOW, January 12 (Itar-Tass) —— The Russian government’s policy in case of Vladimir Putin’s victory in the presidential election in March will be focused on the accelerated development of industries crucial to the quality of people’s life, first and foremost, education, health care, housing and utilities and social security, as follows from Putin’s draft election platform, published on the presidential candidate’s website www.putin2012.ru.
“The development of the individual is a key value,” Putin said. “In the final count it is for that sake that the state and its institutions should work for, this is what the economy should be aimed at,” he said. “The government policy should be focused on such priorities as the accelerated development of industries that determine the quality of people’s lives, first and foremost, of education, health are, the housing and utilities sector and social insurance,” the head of government said.
“We shall actively protect the basics of morality in the mass media and in the Internet sphere,” he promised.
Putin believes that Russia’s future is in its regions.
“Our task is to ensure the people should have a good life not only in some regions, but in Russia in general,” Putin said. “In the near future solutions are to be worked out and implemented for stepping up the development of regions.”
“The development of regions must be carried out comprehensively, on the basis of territorial planning clear to the residents and investors,” Putin said.