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Sergei Levchenko increased the amount of subventions for salaries for public sector teachers

The new governor of Irkutsk region Sergey Levchenko increased the amount of subventions of the regional budget for salaries for teachers of municipal educational institutions from 72 to 104 million rubles

Subventions of the regional budget for salaries of teachers of municipal educational institutions have been increased by 104 million rubles. This proposal of the Government of the Irkutsk region was supported today by the deputies of the Legislative Assembly, adopting the law on changes to the main financial document for 2015 in the first and second final readings, according to the website of the regional government.


Sergei Levchenko increased the amount of subventions for salaries for public sector teachers
Initially, the budget adjustment was supposed to increase the subventions for teachers' salaries by 72 million rubles. But Governor Sergei Levchenko made amendments to the second reading of the law, according to which another 32 million rubles were added to this item of expenditures. As the First Deputy Minister of Finance of the Irkutsk Region Alexander Kanevsky explained, in both cases the increase was made as a result of the transfer of funds from other expenditure items of the current budget. Thus, the total amount of subventions for the salaries of teachers of preschool and general school education institutions in 2015 will amount to 24 million rubles.

Also, the adopted amendments increase the revenue part of the financial law by one billion rubles - up to 102 billion rubles, the same amount will increase expenses, which will amount to 112,5 billion rubles. The sources of additional income are targeted transfers from the federal budget.

The volume of the regional budget deficit and the level of the state debt of the region remained at the same level. According to Alexander Kanevsky, the changes affected only the structure of sources of financing the budget deficit, which is due to the attraction of more profitable budget loans in the amount of 2,7 billion rubles to replace part of the region's commercial debt, as well as the refusal to place government bonds in the amount of 3,5 billion rubles. rubles.
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