Penza region maintains rating as region with maximum stability
Penza, 7 April 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza region has remained among the regions with maximum social and political stability in the March 2016 rating by “Petersburg Politics” foundation.
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According to available data, the media rating of the region remained at 8.1.
Other regions with maximum stability are Sakha, the Kaluga, Belgorod, Kemerov and Tyumen regions, Tatarstan, Chukotka and Yamalo-Nenets autonomous regions, and the Tambov region, who earned from 8.1 to 8 points respectively.
According to analysts, the Penza region’s standing beenfited from the talks between Ivan Belozertsev and DAMATE group about expanding the latter party’s turky production project; and the talks with the head of “Belstar-Agro” holding Grigory Fedyakov on creating potato and buckwheat production enterprises in the Shemysheyka and Penza areas.
In addition, they highlighted the visit of the Penza region delegation headed by Ivan Belozertsev to Kazakhstan.
Moreover, the Penza region’s standing was affected by the improvement of Ivan Belozertsev’s position in the gubernatorial effectiveness rating, who rose 4 places at once.
The negative events highlighted by the experts included the transition of the Serdobsk Industrial Factory for the 4-day work week, and the announcement of NIIEMP going for a 3-day work week.
The “Petersburg Politics” foundation rating is published every month since autumn of 2012. Its expert evaluate the level of social and political stability in all Russian regions on a 10-point scale.
The regions in the rating are sorted by their degree of social and political stability, and by their dynamic over the most recent month.