On Saturday Grigory Yavlinsky, leader of the Yabloko party, stated to journalists in the course of a two-day meeting of the Party's Federal Council in the settlement of Moskovsky, near Moscow, that it was necessary to conduct reforms in the areas of power engineering and of housing and communal facilities. According to Yavlinsky, the matter was "how to carry out these reforms." In the opinion of Yavlinsky, the housing reform to be carried out at the expense of citizens and their low revenues was absolutely unacceptable.
In order to carry out a reform related to power engineering it was necessary to preliminary adopt a number of laws, and in particular, the law to permit to implement privatization of the UES Russian open-joint stock company with the level of transparency and clarity for the whole country to be able to observe the process.
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