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Authorities want to cut costs in the Khabarovsk Territory

Authorities want to cut costs in the Khabarovsk Territory
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Expenditures for the needs of the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, Zakduma and justices of the peace will be reduced next year. The reduction is included in the regional budget.

According to the press service of the Legislative Duma of the region, in the draft budget, expenditures for the needs of the regional government have been reduced by 478 million rubles, for the Duma - by 27 million rubles and the committee for ensuring the activities of justices of the peace by 26 million rubles.

According to Kirill Tsmakalov, Chairman of the Committee on Budget, Taxes and Economic Development, 66,3 billion rubles are planned to finance social sectors. The budget includes funds for an increase in wages - 1,3 billion rubles, as well as for the indexation of expenses on social benefits from January 1, 2021 and scholarships from September 1, 2021. The costs for the implementation of national projects in the region, the reserve fund of the region, for road activities and a number of others are also fully taken into account.

Revenues for 2021 are planned in the amount of 97,5 billion rubles, expenses - 105 billion rubles, of which 93,6 billion rubles will be directed to the implementation of 35 regional programs. The regional budget deficit will tentatively amount to 7,5 billion rubles. Committee members supported the draft law and recommended that the Duma adopt it in the first reading.

Budget of the Khabarovsk Territory in 2020 was in short supply... Until 2022, the budget will remain in deficit, but a gradual reduction is planned.

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