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In Primorye will not be introduced compulsory sotsnorma electricity

On June 4, within the framework of the “Big meeting” with the Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, the issue of the prospects for introducing a social norm for electricity in the region was raised. The governor replied that his position has not changed, and “if such a norm can be introduced, then only as an option, as a tariff plan that leaves citizens the right to choose. The transition to a social norm is like a two-rate counter. You can switch to a two-tariff payment for electricity, or you can not switch. "

Earlier Miklushevsky suspended the introduction of the social norms of electricity consumption in the region, according to the Primorye administration. The governor explains this position by the fact that the social norm, in his opinion, is associated with a hidden increase in tariffs. “If we want to raise the tariff, then we need to do it openly, justifying this decision to people,” added Miklushevsky.

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