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2 August, Monday

Ufa   °

All-Russian forum dedicated to law digitalization was held in Ufa


In Ufa's new building of the Republican Governance Center, the All-Russian Forum "Digitalization of Law. New Development Strategies," was held yesterday.

"Everything related to digitalization is not just a fashion trend; it is the future of management activities. Today we are directing our efforts to ensure that all areas of activity go digital. We started this work earlier, which significantly contributed to combatting coronavirus infection, for example, during social payments to residents of the republic. Everything related to digitalization should make people's lives better, protect them from administrative delays," the Head of Bashkortostan noted.

He gave another example when all land issues in the republic were digitalized. For example, in 2020, citizens submitted only 80 applications to resolve land issues through electronic services. After simplifying procedures in the first quarter of this year, this figure was more than 8 thousand. In addition, residents appreciated the convenience that 18 land-related services are now available to them.

"We are making progress now and completing the digitization of all the property of the republic. The region also participates as a pilot in the ASI project "National Social Initiative." It is also aimed to reduce the number of bureaucratic obstacles, paperwork, and time. Thus, the republic is confidently moving forward in digitalization," Radiy Khabirov said.

During the forum, projects of digitalization of law were also presented: "Interactive map of free legal aid in Bashkortostan", "Presentation of free legal aid online center in the republic "Prosto Pravo"", "Free legal advice in your smartphone."

Azat Gizzatullin /translated by Tatiana Aksyutina
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