The State Duma is considering the possibility of introducing a moratorium on the accrual of penalties for non-payment of housing and communal services. This measure will affect Russians subject to partial mobilization and citizens who go to the NMD voluntarily. The Izvestia newspaper learned about the proposal.
The initiative addressed to Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin was sent by a member of the committee on construction and housing and communal services from United Russia, Alexander Yakubovsky, clarify Izvestia on Tuesday, September 22.
The author of the initiative also proposes to introduce a moratorium on the payment of all single citizens related to the maintenance of the only housing. Thus, Yakubovsky believes, the participants in the SVO will not be afraid to return home to unjustified debts.
The publication has asked the government for comment. They said here that no letter from Yakubovsky had yet arrived.
On the eve it became known that by the end of this week they intend to submit a bill to the State Duma of the Russian Federation, which involves the payment by the state monthly payments on mortgages and car loans of mobilized Russians.
Previously, banks and microfinance organizations in Russia were recommended to give mobilized citizens credit holidays, including mortgages. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation advocated not to collect from such Russians delinquency on loans and not to demand them to fulfill obligations ahead of schedule.