The old «retirement age» want to return to some Russians — those who live in harsh climatic conditions
Moscow-Live.ru / Alex Polyakov
The need for a rollback of pension reform, he proved small salaries in the County, insufficient purchasing power of the population and low life expectancy
We are talking about 1.2 million people living in the far Eastern Federal district. Return previous the retirement age will annually cost of 16.2 billion rubles
In the state Duma took the initiative to return the previous age of retirement — 55 years for women and 60 for men — for residents of the far Eastern Federal district (FEFD).
The bill was sent to the government by the head of the Duma Committee on regional policy, problems of North and Far East Nikolai Kharitonov. «DFO — a special area with harsh climatic conditions. In order that the people came there and stayed, you need a special motivation. One of its elements could be a revision of the parameters of the pension system. To give the opportunity to men and women in the five years before retirement,» — said the Deputy of the newspaper «Izvestia».
The need for a rollback of pension reform, he proved small salaries in the County, insufficient purchasing power of the population and low life expectancy.
We are talking about 1.2 million people living in the far Eastern Federal district. Return previous the retirement age will annually cost 16.2 billion rubles, estimated by the Deputy Haritonov. But as he pointed out in the financial and economic justification to the bill, the sources for such funding, the government did not support the document in its current form.
«In violation of the articles of the Budget code of the Russian Federation the sources and order of financing of a new kind of expenditure commitments is not defined», — concluded the Deputy Prime Minister, head of government office Konstantin Chuichenko.
In this regard, the bill will be finalized.
The pension reform law signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin on 3 October 2018 is set to increase the retirement age from 60 to 65 years for men and from 55 to 60 years for women. A gradual increase in the retirement age began in 2019. The transition period will last until 2028.