Spravedlivaya Rossiya proposed to cut deputies and senators salaries to 35 thousand rubles
The faction Spravedlivaya Rossiya (Fair Russia) introduced to the State Duma a bill on reducing the salary of its deputies and Federation Council members.
Spravedlivaya Rossiya members offer to cut it in several times to the national average of 35 thousand rubles.
The bill with the initiative of Spravedlivaya Rossiya is posted on the website of the automated system of ensuring legislative activities for consideration it at the first plenary session of the seventh convocation State Duma.
The explanatory note to the document of Spravedlivaya Rossiya says that now senators and deputies receive a monthly monetary compensation up to scratch of the federal Ministers, far exceeding the level of the average salary in Russia.
Among other amendments, which are offered by the faction Spravedlivaya Rossiya, there are unjustified privileges of members of the Federation Council and State Duma deputies on medical, sanatorium, domestic and pensions support.
Photo: Screenshots of the bill
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