The president of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev condemned eight governors for slowness and advised them that this is their final reprimand. This was announced at a video-conference devoted to measures to ensure employment and increased incomes through the development of the service sector.
The meeting noted that in the service sector, entrepreneurs faced three main challenges - land, buildings, and infrastructure.
Over the past two months, more than 23,000 plots of land have been put up for sale, of which 12,000, or 60 percent, are reserved for establishing service sites.
According to the president, while the number of land plots pot on sale in 63 districts and cities is more than 100, in other 27 districts, those numbers are less than 10. In particular, the number of land plots put up for sale in the Navoi, Shakhrisabz, Kokand, Khiva, Urgench cities, and Tashkent, Bostanlyk, Bekabad, Kitab, and Uzun districts does not exceed 10 units.
Therefore, the governors of Navoi, Shahrisabz, Kokand cities, and Bostanlyk, Bekabad, Kitab, and Uzun districts have been reprimanded for the last time for the delay in work, the deputies of the governors of those cities and governors on construction issues have been dismissed by the order of the president.