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Today, the Legislative Assembly of the Amur Region reviewed the draft law on the regional budget for 2015 and the planning period for 2016 and 2017 years

Today, at a regular session of the deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Amur Region, the draft law on the regional budget for 2015 and the planning period for 2016 and 2017 was considered, the press service of the Government of the Amur Region reported.

The project was presented by the Minister of Finance of the region Tatiana Polovaykina.

The total amount of tax and non-tax revenues to the regional budget in 2015 was approved in the amount of 30 billion. 907,8 million rubles. Costs are planned in the amount of 35 billion. 848,6 million. Rubles. Of these, 6 billion. 937 million rubles will be spent on health care, 8 billion. 462 million rubles - on education, 6 billion. 316,8 million rubles - on social protection. Another 2 billion. 146 million rubles is planned to be spent on the construction and maintenance of roads.

As for the public debt, then, as Tatiana Polovaikina told, today 16 billion rubles are commercial loans and another 10 billion are budget loans.

“In the next three years, the region will pursue a policy to reduce the national debt. The Russian Ministry of Finance recommends reducing the amount of public debt in 2 years. We chose a less stringent option and propose to reduce its volume in three years. In light of the growing debt burden, by 2017 the region plans to enter a budget surplus. The surplus in three years should amount to 7,4 billion rubles, ”the Minister of Finance informed.

“Of course, the budget is heavy and difficult. The difficult situation prompted us to look for reserves, ”commented the head of the region, Oleg Kozhemyako.

The Governor proposed to look for non-standard solutions, including more closely follow the deductions to the budget from personal income tax paid by foreign workers. All of them must be registered and receive a real official salary.

“The budget that we are considering today envisages that socially important commitments will be fulfilled. Although it will be very difficult to do this, ”commented Tatyana Farafontova, chairperson of the Legislative Assembly’s Committee on Budget, Finance and Taxes.

Tatyana Polovaikina noted: “The regional budget is tight. But the budget is balanced. We have to work together on the selection of budget priorities, on its additional content. ”

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