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MOSCOW, May 12 (Itar-Tass) - Ministries should present to the Russian government their suggestions on the amounts of the so-called golden parachutes to June 14.
The government’s site on the Internet reports on Sunday that Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets has issued orders following instructions from President Vladimir Putin of April 18.
The ministries of labour, finances, economic development and justice should present their suggestions on amounts of compensations to top managers of state corporations and other organisations, established by the Russian Federation in compliance with the federal law. The due time is June 14, 2013.
The president gave 18 orders to the government and governors. They are on the topic of “Construction of Social Justice,” which was on the agenda of the All-Russia People’s Front’s conference on March 29.
Before July 1, the government should make a decision regarding the so-called golden parachutes. The discussion emerged from the information Rostelecom’s former head Alexander Provotorov was paid over 200 million roubles.