More than half of the regions supported the draft pension reform

More than half of the regions supported the draft pension reform

MOSCOW, July 10. /TASS/. Positive feedback on the pension reform bill have received more than half of subjects of the Russian Federation. This was told on Tuesday TASS Chairman of the Duma Committee on labor, social policy and veterans ‘ Affairs, Deputy head of the LDPR faction Yaroslav Nilov.

“At the moment, more than 50% of the subjects of the Russian Federation received feedback. On the basis of the submitted opinions, positions [regions] have a positive direction in regard to the concept of the bill”, — said Nilov.

Actively Express its position of the head of the subjects, a little less active legislature, but they have positive dynamics.Yaroslav Nilevalley of the LDPR faction

According to the parliamentarian, the legislative Assembly reviews please take into account when finalizing the draft law features of the regions. “For example, the legislative Assembly of the Murmansk region pointed to the need to consider the specifics of the Northern territories”, — said the Agency interlocutor.

“Negative reviews [the bill] from the regions governors and legislatures have been reported,” concluded Niles.

Earlier, the press service of the Ministry of labor stated that the Agency tracks the information about the discussion of the bill on raising the retirement age on the level of regional authorities. “According to our information, the positive feedback on the bill to raise the retirement age was sent to the lower house of Parliament authorities 61 region”, — quotes the press service quoted Minister of labor and social protection of Russia Maxim Topilin.

According to Topilin, “the number grows virtually every day.” “The process is largely ahead of schedule, and on 16 July there is still almost a week”, — said the head of Ministry of labor of Russia.

Pension reform

The government of the Russian Federation on June 16 submitted to the state Duma a package of bills on changes in the pension system. They stipulate a gradual increase in age of retirement to 65 years for men (by 2028) and up to 63 years for women (to 2034). The increase is proposed to carry out in stages from 2019. Currently the retirement age for men and women is 60 and 55 years respectively.