The Prime Minister participates in the discussion of the performance report 2022 of the State Supervision Service
Performance report 2022 of the State Supervision Service was presented today to Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
Deputy Prime Ministers Mher Grigoryan and Tigran Khachatryan, Chief of the Prime Minister's Staff Arayik Harutyunyan, Head of the State Supervision Service Romanos Petrosyan, Deputy Minister of Finance Vahan Sirunyan, the leadership of the State Supervision Service, other officials took part in the consultation.
The head of the State Supervision Service and his deputies reported on the works done during the reporting year.
In particular, information was presented on the results of 43 studies and 201 monitorings in the areas of legal assurance and legality, economic, social, territorial administration and infrastructure, procurement processes, inspections, as well as risk assessment and analysis. The results of the supervision over the execution of the instructions given by the Prime Minister were also presented. It was noted that 77 criminal proceedings were initiated in connection with corruption and other types of crimes as a result of the supervision measures carried out by the State Supervision Service. It was reported that the total amount of recorded violations amounted to about 38.2 billion AMD, of which 120.7 million AMD was recovered to the state budget, 13.7 million AMD was returned to the citizens, and the remaining criminal proceedings are still in process.
In 2022 about 590 petitions were received from citizens. In comparison with 2021, the increase was about 43 percent.
It was noted that within the scope of increasing the efficiency of the activities of the State Supervision Service, structural changes were implemented, which will allow to carry out supervision also in the tax, customs and inspection areas.
The bill on amendments to the Law on State Supervision Service has been developed and put into circulation, which has already been submitted for public discussion on the E-draft.am website.
It was reported that the budget performance of the State Supervision Service was 99.3 percent.
After listening to the report, an exchange of ideas took place on the presented topics. Issues related to the activity of the State Supervision Service and further actions were the subject of discussion. The Head of the Government was presented with details about the amendments proposed by the bill on amendments to the Law on State Supervision Service, the elimination of violations recorded as a result of supervision, the expansion of supervision tools, structural changes, etc. The issue of supervision over the effectiveness of state programs was also addressed.
The Prime Minister emphasized the continuous reforms of the sector and the consistent work towards the elimination of the violations recorded as a result of supervision measures and the solution of the raised problems. In this context, Nikol Pashinyan emphasized the need for a systemic approach and active interdepartmental cooperation. Based on the results of the consultation, the Head of the Government gave instructions to the officials in charge.