Anna Buyanova (left)Frame: pravitelstvoRF / YouTube
Crimean pensioner Anna Buyanova, which two years ago asked the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev on the indexation of pensions and got the advice to “hold”, raised the pension to 450 rubles. This writes the “Novaya Gazeta”.
Buyanova living in Novopokrovka village 20 kilometers from Feodosia, in an interview admitted that the pension is not indexed. “Initially promised. Said that 11 000 will. But eventually, in April last year have only made the allowance to the subsistence minimum. And now instead of 8 058 rubles, I get 8 500. But it is not indexing,” she said.
According to the Crimean, she lives mainly by agriculture: it 53 chickens, four turkeys, two ducks, a vegetable garden. “If it is necessary for the light or to pay for gas, and I have no money, I sell something: when the chicken when the vegetables,” — said the woman, adding that are difficult to sell due to the fact that every time you need to obtain a special certificate.
In may 2016 Dmitry Medvedev during his visit to the Crimea and talked with the locals. Buyanova complained to the Prime Minister on low pensions and the “crazy prices”, to which he replied that while possible to increase payments to pensioners no. “No money now, find money — will do the indexing. You stay here, you all the best, good mood and health”, — said head of government. The response of the head of the Cabinet became a meme.
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