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In Khabarovsk for a rally against the pension reform came 500 people
The Communist Party held a rally in the Far East against pension reform. Participation in it was accepted by 500 people. Those who gathered at Komsomolskaya Square expressed their disagreement with the government's plans and criticized the authorities for rising gasoline prices and utility tariffs, the introduction of new taxes and duties, as well as plans to raise VAT and personal income tax.
Participants in the picket said that the decision on pension reform should be made only in a nationwide referendum, and also announced holding other rallies against raising the retirement age, VAT and gasoline prices. Thus, the Khabarovsk Territory will not remain aloof from the general protest, which on the initiative of the Communist Party will be held on 28 July.
As the press service of the Khabarovsk Territory Committee of the Communist Party, candidates for the post of mayor of the city and the governor of the region said that the government has no real reasons to raise the retirement age and VAT. More actively to participate in the protest, young people were called, which in the future will be most affected by pension reform.