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The State Duma wants to lift the ban on the payment of subsidies to debtors for housing and communal services

The State Duma wants to lift the ban on the payment of subsidies to debtors for housing and communal services

8 November – IA VT (In Tatarstan). A draft law on the return of preferential payments to debtors is being considered, however, if only one condition is not met, a non-person will receive a subsidy, and housing and communal services

Now debtors of housing and communal services cannot receive subsidies to pay bills. The Russian State Duma proposed to change this, writes the newspaper "Izvestia".

To apply for a subsidy, the beneficiary will have to sign an agreement on repayment of the debt. And if a person still does not pay receipts for six months, he will not be deprived of the right to payments. His subsidy will only be redirected to housing and communal services enterprises.

The bill is under consideration by the Ministry of Construction. MPs believe, the introduction of a new amendment will help reduce the debts of the population for utilities, otherwise, the total amount of debt in the first quarter of this year reached 804,5 billion rubles.

If utilities receive payment on time, this will have a positive impact on the quality of their services., experts are sure. And with insufficient funding, management companies are focused on providing primary tasks., and a little less important remain to wait in the wings.

And it can even lead to tragedy., for example, to the fall of the elevators, – the head of the Expert Center for Criminal Law Policy and Enforcement of Judicial Acts described the situation ,ambassador “business officer” Ekaterina Avdeeva.

Experts believe, it is necessary to better convey information to the citizens of Russia. including about, what benefits they are entitled to and how to apply for them.

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