On the background of the pandemic COVID-19 and the crisis of restaurateurs, hoteliers, operators of fitness centers and beauty salons asked the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to reform CPS. Market participants believe that the current requirements on outdated and meaningless, and functions — duplicate. The business proposes to merge the CPS and the Rosselkhoznadzor, and a new state Agency to deprive of control over the development of standards, the rights of inspection and initiation of closure of enterprises. But given the sheer weight of the office in the epidemic the chances of success the idea do not look high.To conduct the reform of the CPS to Vladimir Putin addressed the leaders of the Federation of restaurateurs and hoteliers, the Association of operators of the fitness industry, Associations of entrepreneurs and beauty industry etc. the Copy of the letter is “b”. The President of the Federation of restaurateurs and hoteliers, Igor Bukharov sending emails confirmed.In particular, sanitary and other documents contain provisions that duplicate, extend, contrary to the requirements of the relevant acts of the government, regulations of the EEU, etc. however, according to Cao, one person for one offence can be fined for a variety of items with different amount of fines. And the functions of the CPS are duplicated and overlap with restroom, Rosprirodnadzor and Rosselkhoznadzor, the authors continue writing.As emphasized by the authors, only radical steps, namely the new economic and regulatory policy, will allow the state to provide the same tax base and prevent the emergence of a huge number of unemployed in sectors that have suffered most from limitations in connection with COVID-19. “B” sent questions to the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov. Rosselkhoznadzor declined to comment.Member of the Commission “Support of Russia” on the restaurant business and catering Alexei nebol’sin warns that the Russian economy have a difficult recovery period after quarantine, which is only for the restaurant market may take up to four years. Excess of sanitary norms Rospotrebnadzor will exacerbate the state of the industry, he said. The unification of services and the Rosselkhoznadzor, says the Lord nebol’sin, will help to optimize the regulatory functions and will weaken excessive pressure on business.But the source“”, close to the authorities, I am confident that the proposals will not be supported. According to him, the CPS has much more authority and resources than the Rosselkhoznadzor, the provision of advanced services has increased on the background of the fight against COVID-19. In addition, adds the interlocutor of “Kommersant”, the CPS is under the direct responsibility of the government, and the Rosselkhoznadzor is in charge of the Ministry of agriculture. He believes that the initiative is related to the care of the Ministry of economy to��the Andes, which developed a “White paper” — a document that could become an alternative to the SanPiN of the CPS for restaurateurs. As a result, the market participants have lost hope for change from the government.In the CPS, proposals from the letter did not comment. But they added that the recommendations for overcoming the barriers for the business was developed in collaboration with industry community. From the sports and tourism organizations, the business community’s requests into account, recommendations for public catering enterprises in the process of development, is also in contact with the industrial community, say in the service. Besides, as stated in the CPS has reduced the number of inspections and the proportion of warnings instead of fines increased to 15%.Anatoly Masterebating has published aggregate information about the rules that will have to comply with certain enterprises and companies in the consumer sector and the construction industry at the resumption of work as lifting restrictions. Most of the recommendations includes the expected certain hygienic measures, and generally enforceable, although it requires significant additional costs.Read more