Klymenko told about the consequences of implementing the requirements of the IMF
Removal of the moratorium on sale of agricultural land, elimination of the simplified regime of taxation and pension reform – all these points are included in the list of requirements, which were set by the IMF to Ukraine again. Oleksandr Klymenko the leader of the «Uspishna Kraina» party told about the consequences of implementing the requirements of the IMF on his Facebook page.
“Several months ago, the authorities offered people to pay for utilities in instalments. Nowadays, they offer people to pay enormous sums – UAH 130 thousand (!) for seniority in order to receive miserable pension” – Klymenko wrote.
In addition, within the part of the pension reform, which is carried out by Groysman government, it is established the extension of retirement age for both men and women (up to 63 years) with the increase in seniority.
Moreover, the government is going to remove the moratorium on sale of agricultural land that can lead, according to the politician, to transfer of land to oligarchs for next to nothing.
Klymenko also referred to the issue of elimination of the simplified taxation regime since January 1, 2018, which is also a requirement of the Fund.
“Such course of events takes place on the background of mass closing of individual entrepreneurs due to other initiative of the power «under control of the IMF». In particular, it comes about the adoption of the law on control over entrepreneurs and fines for them, – the leader of the «Uspіshna Kraina» told. – According to my preliminary estimates, during the December 2016 and the first quarter of 2017, about 47% of individual entrepreneurs will terminate its operation. Pressure on those, who use simplified regime of taxation will destroy the business as a class as a whole”.
The politician reminded that our citizens will pay for current debts to foreign creditors up to 2040 y.
“Is it not enough? Let’s get new foreign loans! Thus, not only our children, but our grandchildren will pay taxes due to stupidity of the current government!”, – Klymenko summed up.
Link to source: Oleksandr Klymenko official Facebook page