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The State Duma suggests reducing the age of accrual of pension allowances

The State Duma suggests reducing the age of accrual of pension allowances
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To accrue a pension supplement not from the age of 80, as it is now, but from the age of 75, the deputies from the LDPR proposed. They have already submitted a bill to the State Duma about this.

As the RIA News citing the press service of one of the sponsors of the initiative, Yaroslav Nilov, the adoption of the bill will help ensure a more decent standard of living for people over 75 years of age. The authors of the bill rely on data from the World Health Organization, which classifies people from 75 years old as senile. This classification is based on the characteristics of the human body, on its anatomical and physiological features.

The authors of the initiative propose the adoption of amendments to the law "On Insurance Pensions" from January 1, 2021. In their opinion, this will allow residents of Russia over 75 to receive an increased fixed payment for an old-age insurance pension.

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