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Monday, October 24, 2016

The Ministry of labor said about the discussion of the tax parasites

The Deputy Minister of labour of the Russian Federation Andrey Pudov said that in Russia on the example of Belarus we discussed the introduction of the law on the tax on “parasitism”, reports RIA “Novosti”.

photo: Kirill Iskoldsky

In the official wording of the initiative sounds like a tax on employable, but not employed in the labour force of persons”. He recalled that a similar law a year ago was introduced in Belarus, and called this practice, returned from Soviet times, “a major innovation”.

According to the decree of Alexander Lukashenko, “On prevention of social dependency” if the citizen was not to take more than six months, you will be required to pay a tax of 20 base amounts, which in Russian roubles today is about 14 thousand.

Its purpose, the decree raised the compensation by the citizen to the state money that it could spend on social services for him. Failure to pay tax involves administrative arrest.

Note that in Russia in February this year the Minister of labour Maxim Topilin said that the introduction of a “tax on” social parasitism ” is not planned, but today his Deputy said about the existence of grounds for “legislative order”.

Read how to respond to the Belarusian practice of the state Duma.

Recall that in the USSR in 60-e years on the basis of the law on parasitism (“On strengthening the struggle with persons (idlers, parasites, parasites), evading socially useful labour and leading anti-social parasitic way of life”) the link was subjected to a few tens of thousands of people, including the future Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky.

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