UzLiDeP deputies heard reports from the departments of public education, energy and cadaster in Syrdarya

05.04.2021, 17:19

UzLiDeP deputies heard reports from the departments of public education, energy and cadaster in Syrdarya

A regular meeting of UzLiDeP deputy group has taken place in Syrdarya regional council of people’s deputies.

At the meeting, the head of Syrdarya regional department of public education O. Donaboyev made a report and focused on schools opened on the basis of public-private partnerships.

Currently, in order to create 2 schools based on public-private partnership, the Ministry of Public Education has submitted proposals to transfer, on the basis of the current legislative documents, the free buildings of a specialized boarding school for exact and natural subjects in Bayaut district and school No. 14 in the city of Gulistan, who want to carry out public-private partnerships.

The deputies heard the report of the Deputy Director of the regional JSC “Elektr Tarmoqlari” A. Okhunov on the implementation of the President’s resolution “On measures for the active development and financial stability of the electric power grid” of October 23, 2018.

In the report it is noted that on the territory of Syrdarya region, automated system for commercial metering of electricity is carried out on the basis of the installation of electricity meters and concentrators produced by JV Toshelektroapparat LLC. The automated system for commercial metering of electricity implemented in the region provides for the installation of 182,135 meters. As of this year, 146,250 units have been installed (142,112 – to the population, 4,138 – at enterprises). This amounted to 80.3% of the total number.

The head of the regional department of the Cadastral Agency Z. Matmusayev made a report on the work within the framework of the execution of the Presidential resolution “On measures to radically improve the land registration system and the state cadaster” of September 7, 2020.

On all the discussed issues, the deputies expressed their proposals and asked questions.

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