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Sergei Mironov said on Wednesday that the minimum pension in Russia must be at least 50 percent of the salary at the initial stage and 75 percent in the foreseeable future
The speaker of the Federation Council upper house of Russian parliament, Sergei Mironov, said on Wednesday that the minimum pension in Russia must be at least 50 percent of the salary at the initial stage and 75 percent in the foreseeable future. Nowadays, the minimum pension in Russia is 28 percent of the salary. Mironov said it at a news conference after a plenary session of the upper house, which had discussed the Pension Fund budget for the next year. The speaker said he was unsatisfied with the situation in the Pension Fund, where investigation is underway over the theft of one billion roubles allocated to the fund for purchasing computers. Mironov said he was planning to hold parliamentary hearings on problems of Pension Fund deficit early next year.
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