The trade union of Russian taxi drivers warned of a “collapse in the market”

 The trade union of Russian taxi drivers warned about the

Experts blame the new driver registration system.

The interregional trade union & # 8220;Taxi Driver & #8221; warned the Moscow authorities that the planned introduction of the CIS “Art” (Integrated information system “Taxi Work Analytics”) in the city and region is capable of provoking a collapse in the market ”.

It is known that the organization consists of two thousand drivers and taxi companies.

According to Forbes, the head of the trade union Yaroslav Shcherbinin sent a letter about this to the prime minister Mikhail Mishustin, the head of Roskonadzor Andrey Lipov and the Ministry of Transport Vitaly Saveliev, as well as to the mayor of the capital Sergey Sobyanin.

The CIS will have to monitor the work of taxi drivers, their compliance with the rest schedule, regular medical examinations, paperwork, payment of fines and the absence of criminal records for serious crimes.

Those who ignore the CIS checks will not be allowed to work in the capital and the Moscow region from August 1, and they will not be able to turn on through aggregators.

According to Sherbinin and the experts of the trade union, taxi companies will need significant financial injections, and there will be fewer drivers, because not everyone will be able to overcome the difficulties and barriers of registration in the CIS. Finally, due to the revision of the drivers ‘ work schedule, their earnings will fall.

The trade union suggests not to introduce the system without checking its operation in the pilot mode. This will allow market participants to connect to the CIS gradually.

Also, & #8220;The taxi driver & #8221; suggests at the initial stage to freeze the system of fines for “improper” data transfer to the CIS.

At the same time, the media reports that the system will be launched in 10 days, but many of the taxi drivers have still not been able to connect to the CIS, although they have been trying to do this for two weeks in a row.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that artists Nikolai Baskov and Igor Matvienko reported the departure of many colleagues and participants of the show market in a taxi during the pandemic.

This is how they reacted to the cancellation of mass events that provoked serious financial losses.


The US and Germany have agreed on the ” Nord Stream-2”

 The USA and Germany have agreed on the

Insiders announced an increase in funding for Ukrainian energy.

The media, citing their sources, say that the United States and Germany managed to resolve the differences that arose on the Nord Stream 2 project.

So, according to the Reuters news agency, last week German Chancellor Angela Merkel held talks with Joe Biden, discussing the Nord Stream-2 and the impact of the launch of the project on Russian-Ukrainian relations.

According to Merkel, the positions of the two countries on this issue were different. Thus, Germany believes that the transit of Russian gas through the territory of Ukraine will not stop, and SP-2 will not replace the Kiev transit.

According to sources, & #8220;everything looks good”, and the negotiations will be completed soon.

The second insider said that the United States and Germany are close to an agreement that blocks the possibility of new American sanctions on the project, which could be addressed to the project operator Nord Stream 2 AG and its director Matthias Warnig.

Both countries also intend to better finance the Ukrainian energy sector and monitor the country’s energy security.

It is still unknown how the intentions will be carried out. Both state financing and the use of private sources are possible.

As Topnews wrote,“ & #8221;SP-2” – these are two lines of the pipeline for 55 billion cubic meters of gas per year, which are laid from the Russian coast through the Baltic Sea to Germany.

The project has repeatedly become the subject of conflict between the Russian Federation and Western countries, which is why the construction of the gas pipeline has been stopped more than once.


Putin named four main unresolved problems of Russia

 Putin named the four main unresolved problems of Russia

As the President stressed, these problems are currently the most sensitive for the citizens of the country.

During a meeting of the Council for Strategic Development and National Projects, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about four unresolved problems in the country, despite significant progress and achievements in various fields.

According to the head of state, the main problems in Russia continue to be poverty and low wages and incomes in families, as well as the insufficiently good work of the primary health care system and the problem with the fund of school buildings.

As the President stressed, these problems are currently the most sensitive for the citizens of the country.

To solve this problem, Putin proposed to continue increasing the growth rates both in the economic and social spheres, as well as in the areas of development and improvement of regions.

It is also worth paying attention to environmental problems, as Putin noted.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that Putin instructed to exempt families with children from tax when selling housing.


“They eat everything in a row”: German Sterligov insulted Russians who buy food in supermarkets

The businessman is sure that idiots go to chain stores.

Russian entrepreneur German Sterligov has sharply spoken out against food buyers in supermarkets.

The businessman commented on the news about the cheapening of bananas in the country, and called Russians who go to chain stores “idiots”.

In an interview with ” Gazeta. ” Sterligov said that in Russia it was necessary to think about the production of bananas earlier, and now it’s too late.

At the same time, there are “idiots” in the country who buy this poison – “gm bananas grown on chemicals”.

According to the businessman, the demand for bananas will fall, which means that the logistics of fruit delivery will also collapse. At the same time, the Russians still don’t care what they “shove and devour”into themselves.

Sterligov designated the “estate”, which makes up the majority of the population not only in the Russian Federation, but also around the world.

“This is a class of people who eat from the networks, so they eat everything in a row: you give them bananas, they eat bananas, they don’t care what to eat, the main thing is that the price is less,” Sterligov did not hesitate in his expressions.

The businessman is sure that these citizens will disappear in the end, and this prospect does not upset him.

Meanwhile, according to the latest data, the cost of bananas has reached the prices of 2016. In June, the cost of fruit decreased to 84.1 rubles. The most expensive bananas were in the spring of 2015 – about 96 rubles.

As Topnews wrote earlier, German Sterligov repeatedly got into news reports, sharply expressing his opinion.

So, in 2019, an outrageous entrepreneur condemned schoolchildren for a BDSM graduation in Vladivostok and said that they “deserve to die”.


Mass media: Rostrud clarified how to remove unvaccinated employees from work

 Mass media: Rostrud clarified how to remove unvaccinated employees from work

Even employees working remotely can be suspended from work.

Rostrud gave clarifications on the rules for suspending employees who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus.

This is written by “Izvestia” with reference to the letter of the department.

The message says that the employer can suspend an employee who has not been vaccinated without pay.

The relevant requirements apply even to those who work on remote employment and do not have a medical discharge.

The suspension from work must be issued after August 15. Prior to this, the employer must request a written refusal of vaccination from his employee.

Such a person can return to work either after getting vaccinated, or after the pandemic is over.

As noted in the letter of the Rostrud, the suspension from work is prescribed in article 76 of the Labor Code. At the same time, the agency refers to the law & #8220;On immunoprophylaxis of infectious diseases & # 8221; diseases.

The ministry explained that vaccination against COVID-19 is included in the vaccination calendar and becomes mandatory in the event of a decision by the chief sanitary doctor in the subject of the federation.

Earlier, topNews wrote that the head of the Ministry of Health reported how many Russians got sick with coronavirus after vaccination.

He also noted that people aged 18 to 30 years have become seriously ill with coronavirus.


Russian families named the minimum necessary income in the pandemic

 Russian families named the minimum necessary income in the pandemic

Rosstat compared the level of household income before and during the coronacrisis.

Rosstat presented data on how much money Russian families need every month to make ends meet during the pandemic.

The total income should be at least 61,000 rubles, which is 2,500 higher than in 2018. According to the ministry, 25% of families have no financial difficulties.

Judging by the survey data, another 76% of them experience both large and insignificant difficulties, the rest can buy only what they need.

Judging by the results of the study “Comprehensive monitoring of the living conditions of the population” for 2020, the financial situation of Russian families has improved compared to the data of two years ago.

Difficulties with material support, even with minimal purchases, then experienced 79.5% of families, in 2016-m – 84.6%.

If we consider the categories of families, then the living costs have increased more than others for young households with children, their monthly expenditure is 80,900 rubles. The expenses of families with disabled children increased even more: 88,400 rubles.

Recall that such studies are conducted by the department every two years, the current survey was held in the fall of 2020, and included data received from 100,000 families.

As Topnews wrote, in October last year, Rosstat estimated that 64% of young families had enough money only for food and clothing.

In addition, the agency announced data on the actual accrued salary in Russia in April – May of this year. It increased by 2.5% compared to March.


The Ministry of Finance proposed to increase insurance premiums from salaries above 122 thousand rubles per month

 The Ministry of Finance proposed to increase insurance premiums from salaries above 122 thousand rubles per month

In total, the additional adjustment of the tax system includes nine measures.

The Russian Ministry of Finance proposes to increase insurance premiums for salaries that exceed 122,000 rubles per month.

As Forbes clarifies, this is a measure proposed by the department of the budget commission to increase tax revenues to the treasury through an increase in the collection of contributions.

Recall that at the moment, the employer deducts 22% of the salary to employees in the FIU. This continues until the accumulated amount reaches 1.46 million rubles.

After overcoming this threshold, the rate is reduced to 10%.

The innovation, according to the calculations of analysts of the Ministry of Finance, is able to give the country’s budget another 16 billion rubles next year, as well as 45 billion rubles in 2024. The publication clarifies that the height of the new threshold is unknown.

In addition, according to Forbes, the agency intends to introduce new rules for calculating property tax at a price of more than 500 million rubles. It wants to impose a tax of 0.3% on the owners of such property.

At the moment, the rate is differentiated. For example, it is 0.1% for housing and garages. With the growth and unification of the rate, the budget can receive an additional 50 billion rubles each year.

As part of the tax adjustment, the agency, in total, proposed nine measures, including an increase in excise taxes on alcohol by 10% from next year.

Earlier, Topnews reported that State Duma deputy Rashkin said that the department is secretly preparing a new pension reform.


Forbes named the 100 richest Russian officials

 Forbes named 100 richest Russian officials

According to analysts, Russian officials got rich on the pandemic.

According to experts of the Forbes publication, for the 2020 pandemic year, the real incomes of Russian civil servants and deputies increased.

This conclusion was made by experts based on the analysis of the income declaration.

The top 100 richest civil servants increased their income from 65.8 billion in 2019 to 75.9 billion in 2020, and 34 participants of the current rating were not in the previous list.

The list was headed by a deputy of the Chelyabinsk Legislative Assembly Konstantin Strukov, whose family earned 8.6 billion rubles in 2020, which is 3.5 billion more than a year earlier.

Strukov is the president of Yuzhuralzoloto, and in 2020 there was an increase in gold prices in the world, which helped the official to enrich himself.

Next comes the representative of the Legislative Assembly of Kamchatka Igor Yevtushok, who earned 7.7 billion rubles, and 2.7 billion of this amount falls on his wife. In 2019, the family of a civil servant declared 5.5 billion in income.

The top three leaders are closed by the deputy from the Sakhalin Regional Duma Dmitry Pashov. In 2020, its revenue increased from 6.2 billion rubles to 6.3 billion rubles. Last March, Pashov was arrested in the case of evasion of customs payments.

By the way, the representative of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov is the leader among the heads of the regions, whose family earned 382.7 million rubles in the pandemic year 2020.

In the government, the richest person according to the results of 2020 was Denis Manturov, who earned 754 million together with his family

The top 10 richest officials also included: deputy of the Magadan Regional Duma Alexander Basansky (4.3 billion rubles), member of the Federation Council Valery Ponomarev (4.2 billion rubles), Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Alexander Nekrasov (2.8 billion rubles), deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Grigory Anikeev (2.7 billion rubles), member of the Council of the Federation Igor Zubarev (2.4 billion rubles), deputy of the Belgorod Regional Duma Vladimir Zotov (2.3 billion rubles), deputy of the Belgorod Regional Duma Sergey Gusev (2.2 billion rubles).

Earlier, topNews wrote that Forbes counted 117 dollar millionaires in Russia. The list was published in April 2021.


The Kremlin commented on the ban on calling Moet Hennessy champagne

 The Kremlin commented on the ban on calling Moet Hennessy champagne

The French beverage manufacturer initially refused to make concessions.

Russia has introduced a bill according to which only drinks produced in Russia can be called “champagne”. All the others must be called “sparkling wines”.

After that, the French manufacturer Moet Hennessy decided to leave the Russian market, which refused to obey the new rules.

As RIA Novosti writes, a day after Moet Hennessy’s decision to leave the market  In Russia, the shares of “Abrau-Durso” soared by almost 8%. This maximum was updated for the first time since May 25.

After a while, the manufacturer from France decided to change its position and agreed to publish “sparkling wine”on the labels. Initially, the company decided to suspend the shipment of batches with alcohol.

The Kremlin reacted to the new bill, reminding that “the history is old” – it has been going on since the USSR.

“The law has been adopted, it must be implemented,” said Dmitry Peskov, Vladimir Putin’s press secretary.

Meanwhile, after the decision of Moet Hennessy to suspend deliveries, the Union of Winegrowers and Winemakers of the Russian Federation accused the company of blackmail.

Russian winemakers are sure that the French were afraid – their products may not reach Russian standards in quality.

By the way, according to Kommersant, Moet Hennessy decided to mention “sparkling wines” on the label on the back of the bottle. Nevertheless, the company will carry out product certification.

As Topnews wrote earlier, in the spring of 2021, the State Duma adopted a bill on educational activities, which was opposed by experts.


The Russian government has banned the purchase of pasta and sugar in Ukraine

The Russian government has banned the purchase of pasta and sugar in Ukraine

The authorities also restricted the import of timber-boxes, boxes and packing cages.

The Russian government has added to the list of goods whose import into the country from Ukraine is prohibited since December 2018.

According to the document posted on the legal information portal, dated June 28, sugar, pasta, mayonnaise, tomato ketchup, products for sauces, flavorings and seasonings, ready-made soups and broths, mineral and carbonated water , ice cream, muesli from cereals and so on were added to it.

In addition, barley, palm oil and derivatives weighing 20 tons or less, canned meat, seafood, animal feed, cake will not be able to be imported from Ukraine.

The restrictions affected the import of timber products with a thickness of more than 6 mm, including boxes, boxes and other packaging, up to pallets.

Recall that the list, the full version of which appeared in December 2019, was the Russian response to the sanctions imposed by Ukraine against a number of Russians and legal entities of the Russian Federation in 2018.

Topnews reported that sugar supplies to Russian stores have been stopped.