Kalyagin protested the reduction of cultural workers in St. Petersburg

the head of the Union of theatrical figures of Russia (STD) Alexander Kalyagin criticized Smolny plans to fire some of the workers of culture in St. Petersburg. An appeal to the Governor Alexander Beglov published on the website of the Association.

“Did these organizations already reduced to the limit state should be reduced in the first place? Is the reduction of employees starvation wages — enthusiasts who have dedicated their lives to the beloved, will help the city budget? Why not reduce the staff of officials, whose salaries significantly exceed the earnings of people working in the field of culture?” — outraged the head of STD.

According to him, he complaints call colleagues from St. Petersburg and other cities, and the theatre community is outraged. The status of the cultural capital of Russia, therefore, under threat, said Kalyagin.

Earlier, the Governor Alexander Beglov urged to reduce the proportion of administration staff to save budget money. Then local deputies has published in social networks a document allegedly sent to the culture Committee in agencies with a proposal to consider a reduction of 10% of regular number of organizations.

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