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Mishustin spoke out against the abolition of pension reform

Mishustin spoke out against the abolition of pension reform
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The head of the FSN, Mikhail Mishustin, who is a candidate for the post of prime minister of the Russian Federation, is opposed to the abolition of pension reform. He stated this at a meeting with deputies from the Communist Party.

As the TASS, referring to the secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Sergey Obukhov, when asked about the abolition of the pension reform, Mikhail Mishustin replied that “he will not touch anything,” and will deal with the age of survival. In addition, he spoke out against the nationalization of the mining industry, about the possibility of which the Communists asked him.

The law on changing pension reform was signed more than a year ago. According to it, the retirement age of men increases to 65 years, and women to 60. The document provides for a gradual increase in the age threshold until 2028.

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