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In the presidential administration is not engaged in any of the expert papers on the topic of changes to the pension legislation, said press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov. His words leads to “Interfax” on Thursday, July 5.
A Kremlin spokesman said that all the expert study is conducted in the “diagonal of the Parliament and the government.”
Peskov also said that on Thursday at meeting on economic issues, pension reform is not declared.
June 18, the press Secretary of the President said that it is not necessary to be interested in the position of Vladimir Putin on the issue of pension legislation as long as the initiative of the Cabinet will not accept “final shape”.
Previously Peskov said that raising the retirement age dictated by the major demographic changes that have occurred in the country in recent years.
14 June, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced a phased increase in the retirement age to 65 years for men and 63 years for women in 2034. Opinions in the political environment are divided, officials urge the authorities to take into account all the nuances.
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