Oleksandr Klymenko exposed Groisman as a person, who garbled a voting of Rada
Yesterday, on December 6, the Verkhovna Rada supported the infringement of the rights of socially vulnerable citizens by its decision, instead of voting for increasing the minimum wage. It was written by Oleksandr Klymenko – the politician and the leader of the “Uspishna Kraina” party – on his Facebook page.
“On Tuesday, an unprecedented case took place in the Rada. Groisman garbled a voting. He said: “We are going to vote for increasing the minimum wage now”. In fact, no. The minimum wage is fixed by the draftlaw №5000. The Parliament did not examine it”, – the politician said.
Klymenko wrote that MPs adopted the draftlaw of the government №5130 under the guise of adopting the draftlaw concerning the increasing the minimum wage. According to the leader of the “Uspіshna Kraina”, this document provides the total control of officials of the Ministry of Finance over the citizen’s income.
In particular, the Ministry of Finance will be able to obtain any personal data without the individual’s consent from any State Registry. In addition, this document introduces amendments to a number of laws. It comes about deprivation students of scholarships, limits of the maximum sum of pension for another year, changing the order of recalculation of the designated pensions, and procedure of determination of the average salary for calculating pensions. Moreover, the adopted draftlaw provides entrepreneurs, who use normal system of taxation, with an obligation to pay the Single social contribution (not less than insurance fee) each month. In terms of fines, fees and salaries of senior officials, the draftlaw fixes the calculation, which is based on minimum subsistence level (not the minimum wage).
According to Klymenko, the adopted draftlaw should be inspected and analysed due to the fact that some amendments were made aurally, meanwhile current power did not bother reading the law”.
Let us remind, on December 6, the Verkhovna Rada voted for the draftlaw №5130-1 (227 votes). At the same time, Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman stated that this law would establish the minimum wage amounted to UAH 3200 (from January 1, 2017).