In the liberal democratic party proposed to set the age qualification for heads of state organizations

Andrey Svintsov

Deputies from the LDPR faction in the Duma introduced a bill to ban people older than 65 years to take leadership positions in state and municipal organizations. The document was published in the parliamentary basis of the bills on Friday, may 26.

The liberal Democrats propose to extend limits and to Deputy heads. According to the legislators, reaching the age of 65, they will be transferred to another corresponding job qualifications. In some cases, the term of office may be extended to 70 years.

As explained in an interview with “” one of the authors of the initiative the Deputy Andrei Svintsov, an exception can be made for “unique specialists”. “In General, we believe that 65 is a great age to enjoy your grandchildren, gardens and all the rest. But lead already have to give others,” he said. Professional, according to the MP, you can always transfer to the rank of adviser, assistant or researcher.

In addition, the bill assumes that within three years after the entry into force of the act, the heads of the over 65 “will be able to prepare a successor and quietly to transfer,” said the Deputy.

On April 14, the Committee on the Federal device and questions of local government recommended the state Duma to adopt in the first reading a bill to extend the service life of the regional officials from 65 to 70 years. The project of amendments brought by deputies of legislative Assembly of Stavropol territory in the beginning of this year. Now to work up to 70 years of age are eligible, Federal officials from among the leaders.