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EastRussia Bulletin: Deputies in Kamchatka increased pensions to the speaker and officials

EastRussia Bulletin: Deputies in Kamchatka increased pensions to the speaker and officials
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In Kamchatka, deputies of the Legislative Assembly voted to apply raising coefficients to pensions for major officials and leaders of the region's parliament, the latest issue of the EastRussia bulletin says. Corresponding amendments were made to the local law "On pension provision for persons who replaced public office and state civil service". Only three deputies voted against: the Socialist-Revolutionary M. Puchkovsky, the Communists V. Bykov and R. Litvinov.

After the adoption of the amendments, the pension of the governor and chairman of the Legislative Assembly of the Krai, as well as their deputies, will exceed 100 thousand rubles. per month. Within 100 thousand rubles. after leaving for a well-deserved rest, other important regional officials will receive monthly.

These amendments were adopted, despite the criticism of the prosecutor's office and the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation. Thus, the supervisory authority noted that one of the changes had already been the subject of legal proceedings. The decision of the Supreme Court states that the budget of Kamchatka is scarce, and the region is subsidized. Given all of the above, the court then denied the authorities in raising pensions

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