According to him, they will be created in the sphere of public health, transport, technologies, nature and atomic power energy protection, and metrology. Mr. Alyoshin supposed that less than 10 supervisory bodies will be created.
According to him, the commission for the administrative reform will recommend that the government withdraw its supervision functions beyond the framework of the ministries.
Mr. Alyoshin said the structure of the government had not been determined yet.
The deputy prime minister reported that the governmental commission would complete the analysis of the functions of the state bodies and prepare drafts of the corresponding regular acts by April 1. On that day, a session of the government will be held to discuss this issue. "This will mean that the work has been completed, and a report to the president should be made now," he said.
The president will determine the structure of the government, Mr. Alyoshin said.