The Union of civil servants sent to the Commission on regulation of social-labor relations chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, a letter with a request to increase their daily travel. About this newspaper “Izvestia”, citing a copy of the document.
The appeal says that now the Federal authorities and extra-budgetary funds receive $ 100 per day for reimbursement on a business trip. Because of this, officials “have to bear the additional costs in excess of per diem, which leads to a decrease in their standard of living”.
The document does not specify which DSA would like to civil servants. But in the Union are reminded that employees of private companies receive 700-800 rubles.
In the office of Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova confirmed receipt of the letter, but refrained from further comment. According to Rosstat, the average salary of civil servants in the Federal government in 2018 rose by 5.4% and amounted to 126,6 thousand rubles.
The number of Russians living below the poverty line in the first quarter of 2019 reached 21 million (14.3% of the total population). That’s 500 thousand people more compared to the same period a year ago — this was in late July, reported by Rosstat.
Real incomes of Russians are falling for the sixth consecutive year — since the annexation of Crimea and Western sanctions. By 2018, almost 20% of the population of the Russian Federation announced the reduction of salaries (data Ranepa), in 2019 one in four Russians has noticed the deterioration of their financial situation. For the last two years the number of citizens planning their future in the next five to six years, reduced from 17 to 11%. Over 60% of Russians are ashamed perpetual poverty in Russia.
The resignation of the current government of the Russian Federation are in one way or another 53% of Russians. It showed the January survey, “Levada-center”. The main claims of the Russians to present to the Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation the rise in prices and the decline in income.
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