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Sunday, January 22, 2017

The state Duma and the Ministry denied the introduction of a tax on parasitism: not productive


The Ministry of labour stated that it does not consider the introduction of a tax for able-bodied but unemployed people. At the same time, in Gosden the idea of elaboration of such a tax is called unproductive.


photo: Kirill Iskoldsky

Earlier in mass media there was information that the Ministry of labor analyzes the experience of Belarus on the introduction of a tax for working, but not officially employed citizens.

Read more: the Ministry of labor said about the discussion of the tax parasites

The first Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on labor Mikhail Tarasenko (Deputy of the party “United Russia”) has criticized this idea.

“If to speak about the idea, the idea I’m not welcome and I think it is unproductive,” said he TASS.

According to him, to adjust payroll or there are other mechanisms: the “Lumpen proletariat are and will be in any society”, – said the Deputy, having assumed that in the case of the introduction of such a tax appears abuse.

“I do believe that the government needs to deal with other issues and not these petty approaches that clearly came from our past”, – concluded the head of the profile Committee of the state Duma.

However, as it turned out, the Russians have to worry yet about: in the heart of the Ministry of labor has denied the drafting of a tax on parasitism.

Development of any draft regulatory legal acts on similar subjects is not carried out”, — said the Agency, adding that only studied the implementation of such practices in neighboring Belarus.

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