The draft Federal budget for 2016 based on the estimation of the level of inflation not higher than 6.4% and average annual prices for Urals oil at $ 50 per barrel.
MOSCOW, 2 Dec. The state Duma on Wednesday at plenary session will consider in the second, mainly reading the draft Federal budget for 2016.
The budget this time is only accepted for 2016 instead of the traditional three-year period. Budget revenues are planned at the level of 13,738 trillion rubles, expenses — 16,098 trillion rubles. The budget deficit will be at 2.36 trillion rubles, or 3% of GDP.
The main financial document for next year drawn up based on the level of inflation not higher than 6.4% and average annual prices for Urals oil at $ 50 per barrel.
According to the approved amendments to the second reading, planned in 2016, the subjects of the Russian Federation further to provide up to 310 billion rubles of budgetary credits to partially cover deficits in their budgets, for covering temporary cash gaps, as well as for activities connected with liquidation of consequences of natural disasters and technogenic accidents. In the first reading was allocated 140 billion rubles.
In addition, the creation of new jobs in schools for the elimination of the third shift it is planned to allocate 50 billion rubles. On budget expenditures on compensation of separate categories of citizens (invalids of the first and second groups, families with children with disabilities) paying the fee for capital repairs is allocated 5 billion rubles. About 43 billion rubles are directed to support the programs of the Crimea and Sevastopol, including to balance their budgets (about 20 billion rubles), construction of the Crimean railway (6.8 billion rubles).
For the state support of the agricultural sector amendments to the second reading stands at 9.2 billion rubles in subsidies to timber enterprises of the Far East — 2,2 billion rubles in subsidies “RUSNANO” on the reimbursement of payment for the construction of the European x-ray free electron laser — 2.8 billion rubles. The amendments also increased by 1 billion rubles funding, MSU Lomonosov, and also 1 billion roubles — St. Petersburg state University.