C 2020 in Russia will cancel the monthly payments for the care of children aged 1.5 to 3 years. A presidential decree posted on the portal of legal information.
Now receive 50 rubles per month per child can working mothers or other relatives caring for the child as well as female soldiers who are on leave to care for a child. Will be cancelled and the rate of accrual of 50 rubles for students and graduate students who are in academic leave for medical reasons.
The right to receive payments will remain for those whom they were appointed prior to the entry of the decree. This rule applies to those payments will be administered at birth before January 1, 2020.
Recall that in June, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the benefit for children aged from eighteen months to three years will be increased to 10 thousand rubles from the current 50 rubles. However, to receive benefits will only low-income families.
The Prime Minister called 50-ruble grant “historic” and recalled that it was introduced more than 20 years ago — in 1994 — as a temporary measure. Now the money is nothing but irritation and resentment among recipients not cause. Medvedev has described the proposal of the government was to increase “child allowance” to the level of the regional subsistence level, but to pay not for everybody but only for those who really need it. At the same time rely the income of these families will need, most likely, in a separate procedure. According to official statistics, more than half of large families live below the poverty line. According to the labor Ministry, the income of 75% of families with children is less than two times the subsistence minimum of able-bodied citizen. Therefore, according to Medvedev, the aid should be distributed is not “a little bit of everything and equal” and given “real needs” and address the principle. He acknowledged that the expenditures for such payments in the new approach, of course, will increase. The payment mechanism still needs to be developed, he added.
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