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The concept of minimum wage may disappear from Russian legislation

The concept of minimum wage may disappear from Russian legislation
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Definition of the minimum wage they want to exclude from the Civil Code. The reason for this was the use of a definition in a broader sense, for example, it was used to determine the amount of fees and fines. Now they are proposed to accrue based on their base size equal to 100 rubles.

As reported "News", by the end of 2020, the Ministry of Justice should submit to the government a bill called “On Amending the Civil Code of the Russian Federation regarding the exclusion of indications of a minimum wage”. These words are planning to replace with specific amounts of cash payments.

Similar changes will be made in other legislative acts. They are supported by State Duma deputies from three factions - "United Russia", "LDPR" and "Fair Russia". Deputies remind. That in the 90s in Russia in the minimum wage everything was measured, even criminal and administrative responsibility, which prevented an increase in the minimum wage. Now they propose replacing this definition, for example, with a financial unit.