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State allocations might increase in Moldova

18:03 | 23.09.2021 Category: Social

Chisinau, 23 September /MOLDPRES/ - The quantum of the monthly state allocations for 37,698 people might be increased starting from 1 October 2021. The parliament approved a draft law in the first reading today.  

The draft sees gradual increase in the quantum of state monthly allocation for people with disabilities in the wake of the World War II. Thus, the allocations might increase by 550 lei, depending on the disability degree: severe disabilities – from 1,000 to 1,550 lei; with pronounced disabilities – from 850 to 1,400 lei; with medium disabilities – from 775 to 1,325 lei.  

Also, the allocation of the disabled people in the wake of combat actions for the defence of Moldova’s territorial integrity and independence and people declared disabled following their participation in relief works at the Chernobyl nuclear power station will increase by 550 lei as well.   .

The allocation will increase from 500 to 750 lei for the spouses survivors of the participants in the second world war or of the participants in the Chernobyl relief works.  

The children of the people with disabilities in the wake of the war, participants in the Chernobyl relief works will benefit from the same increase in allocation.

About 75 people who were awarded orders and medals for assiduous work and impeccable military service in the rear of the front in the years of the Second World War will enjoy a higher allocation by 325 lei.  

The earmarking of additional financial means, estimated at about 31 million lei for three months of 2021, will be needed for the enforcement of this draft.  

Photo: Parliament

 

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