29 of September. Ministry of Labour is preparing a "law on parasitism". Officially unemployed people may be required to pay for the use of medical services.
Speaking at the "government hour" in the Federation Council, Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets, he made several important statements of the company. According to her, the Ministry of Labour has prepared a bill according to which all the unemployed will be required to pay for the use of hospitals and clinics. In addition, she noted that the decrease in the number of abortions in the country - is a plus, but it should act with extreme caution in this area.
Earlier, the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill signed the citizens' appeal to ban abortions in the country. The authors of this appeal requires legislative changes, aimed at the recognition "of the child's conception of the human being status, life and health which should be protected by law."
"Reducing the number of abortions - a definite plus for the demography of Russia, but this decision should be balanced, reasonable, and should not be held for a long-term consequences," - said Olga Golodets. Currently, there is a special government program against abortion, however, been attempted before a set of preventive measures.
"Compared to last year the number of abortions has decreased by almost 100 thousand, but in absolute terms the number continues to be quite large.", - Stated Golodets. At 1 900 000 births of about 700 thousand. Abortions. "It is very important to carefully refer to the health of the mother and child. We have significantly reduced infant mortality, maternal mortality, and all this thanks to successive steps, including in the framework of the MLA for the prevention of abortion system ", - said Golodets.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Labour has prepared a draft law concerning the unemployed citizens. Such people may be required to pay for the use of hospitals and clinics. According to Olga Golodets planned to develop a document providing for the introduction of payments for the use of social infrastructure nonworking able-bodied citizens, or, in other words, "Tax on parasitism".
Olga Golodets noted that Russian law allows citizens to not work, it does not pay the premiums, including compulsory health insurance system. "There is a part of the population that does not pay contributions to the payroll. Such people are 68 million people in total working population 75 million people ", - explained Golodets.
If a citizen does not work, then the logic of the Ministry of Labor, is obliged to pay for the use of health facilities.