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Putin approved the abolition of the commission when paying for housing services
Russian President Vladimir Putin approved the proposal to abolish the banking commission when paying for housing and communal services. He called such actions quasi-loading.
During a meeting with the head of the United Russia faction in the State Duma, Sergei Neverov, Putin agreed that it was necessary to work out legislative changes that would cancel the commission when paying for housing services, since these are mandatory payments.
A bill banning the collection of a commission in the State Duma will be submitted before the beginning of spring. Deputies have already received approval from the Central Bank. In their opinion, if the bill is passed, citizens will cease to overpay for housing services. Today, the commission is from 0,5 to 2%.