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Russia wants to introduce a ban on collecting debts from a pension

Russia wants to introduce a ban on collecting debts from a pension
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The Russian Ministry for the Development of the Russian Federation has prepared two bills that could limit the collection of debts from Russians. On retirement, they propose to impose a complete ban, and on wages a restriction that leaves the debtor at least a living wage.

As the Rossiyskaya Gazeta, bills sent to the government commission for consideration. They include a ban on collecting debts from old-age insurance pensions, disability insurance pensions, funded pensions, state pension pensions, military and law enforcement pensions, and temporary disability benefits.

The authors of the initiative made an exception only for arrears in housing and communal services, compensation for damage after committing a crime, payment of alimony and a court fine. But even in this case, after deduction from the debtor-pensioner, the minimum wage established in the region should remain.

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