MOSCOW, January 29. In the updated version of the anti-crisis plan made on Thursday morning in the government, excluded the paragraph on the preparation of proposals to raise the retirement age. About this “Vedomosti”, the disposal of which there is a document.
According to the publication, the discussion of the plan continues. The document is still being worked out, said the spokesman.
The speaker: the anti-crisis plan, the MAYOR envisages the expenditure of $ 750 billion rubles.
The price plan is 750 billion rubles, taking into account already-budgeted money, said the Minister of economic development Alexei Ulyukayev. Partly to use the savings from reducing the budget by 10%, said Finance Minister Anton Siluanov and Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.
“A few days prior approvals radically changed the structure of the plan but not the content”, – notes the edition. In the version sent to the government Tuesday, “new block operational action for the recovery of the economy, it 36 points: support employment, industries, small business, high-tech exports and regions, etc.”. For these activities, says the newspaper, “it is proposed to spend 200 billion rubles from anti-recessionary Fund, has already been laid in the budget of 310 billion rubles in loans to the regions, and to provide for new budget expenses”. Almost all operational measures must be taken in March – June.
Block about the social support “begins with the proposal to limit pension payments for working pensioners taking into account their income, also it talks about the increasing demands for early retirement”. “Plan of lot on the preparation of proposals to raise the retirement age”, – notes the edition .
Among other measures, “remains possible additional indexation of pensions, privatization, support of VEB”.
Crisis management plan-2016
As previously reported the newspaper “Kommersant”, the draft anti-crisis plan of the government for 2016 aims to support primarily not banks, regions and industry. According to the newspaper, a draft plan in 2016, unlike 2015, almost does not involve action to reduce the tax burden.
At the same time, according to first Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov, the anti-crisis plan in 2016 will contain a large block of measures to support small and medium businesses.