The State Duma will decide on credit holidays and labor guarantees for mobilized

Speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Vyacheslav Volodin

Speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Vyacheslav Volodin

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The legal status of volunteers and fighters of the DPR and LPR will be the same as that of the Russian military. The State Duma will make a decision on credit holidays as a priority, as well as maintaining labor guarantees for citizens who will be mobilized. This was announced on Thursday, September 22, by the speaker of the lower house of parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin.

“These issues are under control. No one will leave anyone,” – wrote he is in his Telegram channel.

He also added that the Russians, including deputies who meet the requirements for partial mobilization, should help the special operation with their participation. According to Volodin, “the deputies have no armor.”

The State Duma speaker recalled that partial mobilization will affect citizens who have served, have combat experience, and have a highly demanded military specialty. A total of 300 thousand reserve servicemen will be called up, while mobilization will not affect 99% of the mobilization resource. We are talking about those who did not serve, do not have military experience, as well as university students.

On the eve it became known that the State Duma intends to introduce a bill by the end of this week, which involves the payment by the state monthly payments on mortgages and car loans of mobilized Russians. Besides, considering the possibility introduction of a moratorium on the accrual of penalties for non-payment of housing and communal services.

Earlier, Russian banks and microfinance organizations were recommended to give credit holidays to mobilized citizens, including mortgages. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation advocated not to collect from such Russians delays in loans and not to demand them to fulfill obligations ahead of schedule.

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