Social obligations and capitalist circumstances


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You will not envy people who indecently live long and have not lost their memory. They remember how many things the Soviet-Russian authorities promised their naive people. And the people are still waiting patiently today. Yes, readers will forgive us for repeating, but Khrushchev swung the worst sixty years ago, to the surprise of many, almost without problems, who replaced Stalin who died too early.

In 1961, at the XXII Congress of the CPSU, Nikita Sergeyevich bluntly declared: by 1980, communism will be built in the USSR! In communism, few managed to live. But we must pay tribute to Nikita Sergeyevich: there was a boom in housing construction in the country, thanks to the "Khrushchevs" millions of people moved from communal apartments, basements, and barracks to separate housing.

Social obligations and capitalist circumstances

The next general secretary of the party Central Committee, Brezhnev, turned out to be a bird of not so high flight, or perhaps more sensible, kept quiet about communism, he was completely satisfied with “developed socialism”. Therefore, Leonid Ilyich promised by 1990 to simply feed the country. In 1982, six months before Brezhnev’s death, the USSR Food Program was adopted, but Ilyich No. 2 did not have enough time to feed us. Moreover, in the early 90s we were so full of food stamps that it is scary to remember.

In 1986, Mikhail Sergeevich also decided to bless the people and promised: by 2000, every Soviet family would live in a separate apartment or house. To do this, developed the state program of the USSR "Housing 2000". In the 90s, the people, of course, renamed it "Julie 2000". After the 2000th, the crook in housing became, as you know, much more, but housing for a long time did not become any more.

But almost everyone who has a need for housing and at least some penny for their souls, was driven into a mortgage in bulk. Moreover, with a percentage that can only be called predatory. But the purpose of the "Housing 2000" was so high - to achieve a housing supply of 22,0-22,5 square meters per person. Note that now they consider the total area, with balconies, bathrooms and other "excesses" of civilization. In Soviet times, only the area of ​​living rooms was counted.


What is the result? From 1986 to 1990, housing provision increased from 14,6 to 16,5 square meters per person. In 2018, according to the Federal State Statistics Service, the total area of ​​residential premises per inhabitant was 26,9 square meters. Please note again: this is a common area with all two-meter combined bathrooms and other amenities.

Our current permanent leader, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, also did not stand aside from large-scale projects for the people and the country as a whole. One of them is the very concept of long-term socio-economic development of Russia until 2020, the implementation of which we are trying to evaluate not as experts, but simply from the point of view of common sense.

We need boots


We recall that it was approved by the government in November 2008. Alas, on many points this program document did not take place. After analyzing strategic, or, if you wish, conceptual flights and an extremely sensitive budget and financial topic, it's time to talk about the welfare of the population. That is, about the social network. After all, any “brave” macroeconomic indicators are not worth a penny if the people live poorly.


I write about poverty for many years and every time I feel ashamed. Yes, our parents and grandfathers lived in poverty, but now in the courtyard of the XNUMXst century. And we are not somewhere in Africa where we can survive on two dollars a day, by the standards of good international organizations, feeding on bananas and wearing a loincloth. We need boots. (It would be worthwhile to take the “felt boots” in quotes.)

We have a poverty threshold equal to the subsistence minimum (PM). But this concept is very loose. Firstly, this “minimum” is different for children, citizens of working age and for pensioners. Secondly, the PM is very different by region. But there is also an “average temperature in the hospital.”

In recent years, the average Russian poverty rate has been around 13 percent. Concept 2020, deliberately turned to people before (and to oligarchs and officials, one must think, backwards), determined: 6-7 percent by 2020. What do we have now? According to the latest official data from Rosstat, this is 12,7 percent, or 19 million people. And what have we achieved in a decade and a half?

Right, ashamed.

Have some tea in the new house?


You can give numbers (this we do), but you can just look around. You must admit that few people recall this scale of individual housing construction. Everyone grumbles: the salary is small, besides half of it is in an envelope. Banks refuse credit. And you go, new houses, like mushrooms grow. But they grow, but not everyone ripens.


Last summer I looked at my village in the suburbs. Only two “new Russians” out of about twenty ordinary Russians lined up in two or three years, the rest pull a strap for ten or more years. Reached - old age has come, there is either no earnings at all, or they have contracted like shagreen skin. We don’t even have tea in the new house ourselves. God grant to grandchildren.

The guidelines of the Concept, and it was divided into several stages, suggested that at the final stage, from 2012 to 2020, the real disposable cash income of the population should increase by an average of 70 percent! And what happened in reality? If at the beginning of the implementation of the Concept real (that is, minus inflation) incomes grew, then from 2014 they began to fall.

Only in 2018, statistics scraped over the gimbal, an increase of as much as 0,1 percent. In 2019 - plus 0,8 percent. Do not forget that this "growth" is not by the start year, but by the previous one. According to RBC estimates, in total, from 2012 to the third quarter of 2019, real disposable cash incomes of the population decreased by about 5 percent.

Perhaps a good rhyme: "Americans are sanctions." Some experts argue that the 2020 Concept did not come about just because of the sanctions. Maybe. Although, if you think about it, she did not ask herself long before that. Back in 2011, the government ordered the bison of the Higher School of Economics to modernize the Concept, that is, the country's development plan. The professors did not let us down and created a new "Development Strategy 2020" with 800 pages. Alas, this Strategy has not been adopted. And nobody was going to cancel the old Concept or rule.


PS Smart people say that a person should always plan work: for a day, for a month, for a year ... And even if you try very hard, you never learn to do everything. But if you do not plan, the result will be even worse. Apparently, so in government affairs. But if I think with one head, plan, cannot cope with something, this is my problem. State affairs plan hundreds of goals. (Note, for a good salary.) And if from these plans and billions of government money spent, you get a zilch, it somehow becomes very sad. You understand that you were again deceived.

Yes, a certain “blood renewal” has taken place in the government. Mikhail Mishustin seems to be a toughie. And he was given carte blanche. Even in this short time, he has already shown his charisma. I would like all really wonderful ideas of the president to be realized, and not remain mossy leaves stories with sincere comments from your author.
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  1. Honest Citizen 17 March 2020 15: 17 New
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    You understand that you were again deceived.

    Unfortunately, not everyone understands this. And again they are ready to be deceived, and so over and over again.
    That's just cheaters do not bear any responsibility.
    1. Svarog 17 March 2020 15: 56 New
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      Last summer I looked at my village in the suburbs. Only two “new Russians” out of about twenty ordinary Russians lined up in two or three years, the rest pull a strap for ten or more years. Reached - old age has come, there is either no earnings at all, or they have contracted like shagreen skin. We don’t even have tea in the new house ourselves. God grant to grandchildren.

      Very similar to my situation laughing
      Yes, a certain “blood renewal” has taken place in the government. Mikhail Mishustin seems to be a toughie. And he was given carte blanche. Even in this short time, he has already shown his charisma.

      What did he show charisma? maybe i missed the chago? He said to the whole country that the course would not be reviewed, as well as pension reform .. A person is not independent, following the instructions .. he will not change anything .. circular vice and nepotism with corruption will not allow anything to be done .. Yes, I’m positive from him did not hear ..
      1. Lannan Shi 17 March 2020 16: 09 New
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        Quote: Svarog
        What did he show charisma? maybe i missed the chago?

        Ugums. Missed. Look at the photo. Good charisma, well-fed yes
        1. Svarog 17 March 2020 16: 10 New
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          Quote: Lannan Shi
          Quote: Svarog
          What did he show charisma? maybe i missed the chago?

          Ugums. Missed. Look at the photo. Good charisma, well-fed yes

          Well, that’s yes .. glossy .. laughing
      2. Machito 17 March 2020 17: 21 New
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        Need a prime producer. And we have lay ministers. Why does journalist Rogozin lead Roscosmos? Can one of the chief designers be appointed to this position?
        1. bandabas 17 March 2020 18: 42 New
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          Well, this shot before that a lot of "led". And, it will continue to launder the "loot". They will find another position.
        2. vindigo 17 March 2020 20: 43 New
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          It is believed that engineers and technicians are generally useless managers. At work more than once I came across such an opinion.
          1. Polymer 18 March 2020 22: 02 New
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            Quote: vindigo
            It is believed that engineers and technicians are generally useless managers.

            Who is considered and for what reasons? Seriously, is it possible to explain this “opinion” in more detail?
            1. vindigo 19 March 2020 12: 52 New
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              I can not explain. At work, they told me several times that an engineer (techie) cannot be a manager. Like can’t write a piece of paper beautifully, he's a techie. And on the Internet I met such an opinion several times. It's a shame and funny of course. These "non-engineers" and "non-techies" in the state of Russia have already shown their managerial talent.
              1. Polymer 19 March 2020 15: 21 New
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                Yes, they specifically say so in order to raise their profile and belittle techies. In fact, they are more like parasites than managers.
                But I thought, there are some specific justifications for such statements ...
        3. Max otto 18 March 2020 13: 11 New
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          Quote: Bearded
          Need a prime producer. And we have lay ministers. Why does journalist Rogozin lead Roscosmos? Can one of the chief designers be appointed to this position?

          You write some game here! (it was sarcasm, if that laughing )
  2. Diana Ilyina 17 March 2020 15: 22 New
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    I write about poverty for many years and every time I feel ashamed. Yes, our parents and grandfathers lived in poverty, but now in the courtyard of the XNUMXst century. And we are not somewhere in Africa where we can survive on two dollars a day, by the standards of good international organizations, feeding on bananas and wearing a loincloth. We need boots. (It would be worthwhile to take the “felt boots” in quotes.)
    Yes, our fathers and grandfathers did not live in poverty. Yes, they did not scamper, but they cannot be called poor either. My parents (my mother still remembers) went to the restaurant for a dime, and it’s good to take a walk. By the standards of the USSR, Chervonets is also not small money, the salary is 120-250 rubles a month, but even with a salary of 120 rubles, 10 rubles is 1/12 of the salary. Today, my husband and I can also go to a restaurant, but it will cost 5-10 thousand, with a salary of 20-30 thousand. Total, feel the difference. Immediately make a reservation, the prices are not Moscow, but Zamkadovskie and that with a wide spread.
    In my book, my parents set aside 1991 for their wedding by 15. This is the cost of the Volga car and even more, what is left of this contribution? Zilch stayed.
    So my ancestors did not live poorly, but they lived HAPPYLY! And this is happily taken from us, that’s the saddest thing.
    1. Honest Citizen 17 March 2020 15: 26 New
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      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      So my ancestors did not live poorly, but they lived HAPPYLY! And this is happily taken from us, that’s the saddest thing.

      We can add that there is still a brainwashing that HAPPY is now, and not then.
      1. ser56 17 March 2020 17: 07 New
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        Quote: Honest Citizen
        what else is brainwashing, which is HAPPY - now, not then

        were young, that’s why they were happy ... repeat
    2. neri73-r 17 March 2020 15: 29 New
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      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      So my ancestors did not live poorly, but they lived HAPPYLY! And this is happily taken from us, that’s the saddest thing.

      I agree, to the point!
    3. Reptiloid 17 March 2020 15: 56 New
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      I thought about the life of my grandparents, 1927-1928. My grandmother left 4,5 years ago. Grandfather --- before. They were from large peasant families. Non-Black Earth. Girls in burlap dresses went to the village .... adults helped everyone in rural work at that time ..... They survived the war, occupation ... After the Second World War, life began and continued to improve, and received education. Not immediately, gradually ... In Leningrad, they distributed a room of 12 sq.m, children, an apartment, a two-room Khrushchev, then a cooperative one ... Komsomol activists were with the party, ..... That is, there was an improvement in life all the time, they tried, of course ... Carefully for money, but the library grew, increased, children studied .....
      If we compare the security at the beginning of their lives and at the end, their capabilities, the difference is enormous, in the direction of improvement, of course .... What happened and what became. And they always had some special, optimistic mood, or something .. ..
      It would be necessary to compare people in other time frames.
    4. Svarog 17 March 2020 15: 59 New
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      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      In my book, my parents set aside 1991 for their wedding by 15. This is the cost of the Volga car and even more, what is left of this contribution? Zilch stayed.
      So my ancestors did not live poorly, but they lived HAPPYLY!

      Exactly .. it was .. and happiness in the end is the goal .. And now the goals have been changed .. now the goals are to pay the mortgage and how to avoid flying out of work ..
    5. Old partisan 17 March 2020 16: 05 New
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      I’ll tell you in the late 70s, as a young man in Novosibirsk, I always planned 25 for four in a not-so-cheap restaurant.
    6. Stas157 17 March 2020 16: 10 New
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      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      In my book, my parents postponed my wedding for 1991 15 thousands. This is the cost of the car "Volga"

      The Volga was artificially expensive then, much higher than the cost. Therefore, a comparison with cars is not very correct. But the price of a cooperative three-room apartment was in the area 10 thousand rubles. More and Lada would remain. Their price was 6-7 thousand, which was also expensive, they drove cars 3-4 times cheaper on foreign markets.
      1. Diana Ilyina 17 March 2020 16: 22 New
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        Stas157 (Stas)
        The Volga was artificially expensive then, much higher than the cost.

        Well, I’m just like that, for example, and then much in an approximate form.
        The fact is that the three of us in the family had children, I and my two brothers, the eldest and the youngest. The older one had 25 on the book, the younger one like 15. My mother worked as an engineer, my father really worked as a shift worker in the north, I was not at home for 7-8 months, but that was his choice. He wanted to build his own house and built it. True, at that time it was not without problems either. The minuses of the Soviet system could include over control and some envy from the neighbors. The house was two-story, large and beautiful, which somewhat stood out from the others. Corresponding “signals where necessary” arrived, they came from the police and from the OBKhSS, but in the end they figured out without consequences for us. People, they are people everywhere and in any system, I’m not offended by them. But, what was, was what is already here.
        But, nevertheless, people were kinder and more importantly happier than now. Then we did not understand what we have. Well, now it's too late, having lost their head through the hair, crying.
    7. Sfurei 17 March 2020 16: 31 New
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      I agree ... There was no such thing that parents lived in poverty. We lived normally and went on vacation, and there was enough for a sausage on a color telly ... And they lived not in Moscow, but on the periphery. And my father traveled all over the country from the construction sites of the Olympics 80 to eliminate the aftermath of the earthquake in Tashkent .. Stop whining that everything is always bad .. I still don’t think that people live poorly .. Whoever strives and achieves .. I’ll say for my environment : someone stayed in the army and got an apartment, while someone left and earned an apartment. Both live normally, only there are always those who believe that if it were not for Putin, Medvedev, Gorbachev, EBN, Stalin, Nikolai 2, etc., then he would have lived better ....
      1. Diana Ilyina 17 March 2020 16: 40 New
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        Not really, or rather not at all! It is not a matter of people striving to live better, it was always and everywhere, in any system and in any country. The point is the possibilities of self-realization. In the USSR, such an opportunity was orders of magnitude greater than now. You can argue with me, but it is. To get higher education in the USSR, it was enough to have knowledge at the level; to get a tower, now you need not knowledge, but money, and not a little money. Yes, it is possible that some of the talented youth have a chance to get a good higher education now, but this chance is very small compared to the USSR. And so on in the rest.
        So, at the expense of equal opportunities, then and now I strongly disagree with you. Although, I agree that water does not flow under a lying stone. Do you want to achieve something, do it!
        1. Sfurei 17 March 2020 22: 25 New
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          What exactly do you disagree with in my comment - I didn’t understand .. And about equal opportunities always and it all depends on your aspirations. Examples:
          1. In 1995, I myself entered a military school in Moscow and my older brother entered. Father is the foreman, mother is a nurse.
          2. My wife has a father, a mother, a librarian. All three sisters went to college. The wife even captured EG. She graduated from school with a medal and the institute in 2009 with honors.
          3. But not one child of my father’s brothers and sisters (a total of 8 people) did not graduate from the tower: although they studied well at school ... The question is who stopped them: EBN or the king of peas, or who else ??
          If parents do not lay aspirations in children, then nothing happens. And lying on the couch and criticizing everything is always bad: for this, higher education is not required.
        2. Mikhail Drabkin 21 March 2020 08: 29 New
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          Thanks Diana, write wisely and interestingly!
          Good luck and health to you and yours!
    8. Aleksandr1971 17 March 2020 16: 41 New
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      We must live in Bhutan! No money, but happy! They even have an index of happiness laughing
      But actually an article about social policy, and not about happiness.
      1. Diana Ilyina 17 March 2020 16: 48 New
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        Alexander1971 (Alexander)
        We must live in Bhutan! No money, but happy!

        We are already not far from Bhutan, do not worry. Right now, oil will still drop to $ 25 per barrel and will be at this level for half a year, and the coronavirus will close the borders on food, so you will have full and final Bhutan and Somalia in one bottle.
        But actually an article about social policy, and not about happiness.
        And what about social policy, everyone is happy from this very policy? And if not, then what root crop do you need such a policy?
      2. Lannan Shi 17 March 2020 17: 37 New
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        Quote: Aleksandr1971
        We must live in Bhutan! Without money, but happily

        Or is it better to send our government to Bhutan, and with them a different Timchenok? Without money. So as not to interfere with happiness. Just the topic of social policy comes out ....
    9. ser56 17 March 2020 17: 06 New
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      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      the restaurant went to Chervonets for a walk, and it’s good to take a walk.

      fools ... for two at least 15 rubles in 80s prices, and the food and drinks in the taverns were simply disgusting ... negative
      and a specific audience - constantly drunken fights ...
      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      about it will cost 5-10 thousand

      again a lie ... depending on where he goes - to the usual restaurants of Eburg for 2x with a jug of wine 3 - quite ...
      https://suboticarest.ru/ причем это вкусно...
      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      Total, feel the difference.

      yes we know - they walked then and now, do you know ... bully
      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      prices are not Moscow, but Zamkadovskie

      oh, these antlers of Moscow .... bully with naked w ... but proud ... laughing
      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      This is the cost of the car "Volga"

      did they have a card to buy? prices on the black market were different ... request
      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      And this is happily taken from us, that’s the saddest thing.

      Hmm, normal people live now, and someone sighs about the unknown past ... bully
    10. polar fox 17 March 2020 19: 44 New
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      Quote: Diana Ilyina
      In my book, my parents set aside 1991 for their wedding by 15. This is the cost of the Volga car and even more, what is left of this contribution?

      you forgot about the "Pavlovian reform", when in the 90m everything went up 2 times.
  3. knn54 17 March 2020 15: 28 New
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    "Be quiet, fighter for the idea! They say to you tomorrow, then tomorrow." ... CLASSICS, however.!
    Diana, and paid for the "kopeck piece" with the phone about 12 rubles, take-off run (ruble, not more) for the consumed e / energy, the phone is on a lock or not. This is for a family of three.
    The main thing was confidence in tomorrow.
  4. Mishka78 17 March 2020 15: 36 New
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    Unfortunately, at this stage in our country it is impossible to forecast and plan for a long time.
    After all, it would seem that power has not changed over the past 20 years (and apparently the next 16 will not change), but in a country, crisis after crisis and crisis are chasing. Every 5 years, an average wild collapse of everything.
    Crisis 2008-2009, Crisis 2014, Crisis 2020.
    Moreover, all our ways to overcome these crises are limited to one thing - to sit and wait for the oil to grow back.
    What’s the funniest - it turns out :)

    There is such a structure - Rosstat is called. A knowledgeable person can gather a lot of information on his website.
    I haven’t done an analysis for 2019 yet, the last available for the first half of 2019. In principle, it’s quite fresh.
    Those. if you take the period for the year, then the data will be from 01.07.18/30.06.19/XNUMX to XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX.
    Based on the data of the Federal State Statistics Service, 54,4% of Russia's exports are hydrocarbons (hello to the ruble, untied from oil).
    Next, the 2nd largest article is the “Hidden section”. Those. weapons. The share is 13,6%. This is a good article, I like it.
    3rd article - metal ores and products from it. 9,6%.

    From the data of the same Rosstat, you can see that the main import is:
    Machinery and equipment - 30,4%
    Khimprom (mainly pharmaceuticals, plastics, fabrics) - 12,8%
    Vehicles - 11,2%

    Those. we export raw materials, import highly processed goods.

    In the same oil and gas, 50 percent is imported. In engineering for the food and manufacturing industries 80 percent. In road construction equipment, above 75 percent. Machine tool 70 percent. Civil electronics 80 percent.
    In light industry, according to various estimates, 65-80 percent.
    Shoes 80. Products for children - more than 80. Furniture 50 percent. Pharmaceuticals - more than 70 percent, medical devices - 80. Musical instruments - 90. Sports equipment and goods - 90 percent.
    This is all absolutely open data published by Rosstat.

    Moving on.

    1.
    49% of Russian families cannot pay at least one week of vacation outside the home and more than 50% do not have money to replace the simplest furniture that has become unusable. So reports the "Comprehensive observation of living conditions of the population - 2018" Rosstat.

    2.
    Incomes below the subsistence minimum (this minimum is slightly more than 8 thousand rubles at the beginning of 2019) Tuva - 40,1% of the population, Ingushetia - 31,9%, EAO - 24,6%, Karachay-Cherkessia - 24,5 %, Kalmykia - 24,2%, Kabardino-Balkaria - 24,2%, Altai Republic - 24,2%, Mari El - 21,5%, Trans-Baikal Territory - 21%, Chechen Republic - 20,5% (Rosstat, at the beginning of 2019).

    3.
    In January-May 2019, 180 thousand people were born in Russia less than died (in 2018 there were minus 147 thousand). (Rosstat)
    If we extrapolate the figure for a year, it will be minus 430 thousand. The population of a big city like Bryansk.
    The problem is not even in the numbers, but in the dynamics, which clearly shows that further will only get worse. Less is not only the number of births, but also of marriages, minus 18% y / y (and this is a good leading indicator).

    4.
    The number of Russians with cash incomes below the subsistence level (poverty level) in the second quarter of 2019 amounted to 18,6 million people, or 12,7% of the total population, follows from Rosstat data.

    And today such items can be written under a hundred.

    P.S. I am not a supporter of Navalny and others like him. I am for objectivity.
    Living in Russia is getting WORSE every year, starting in 2009. While in the USSR, life was getting BETTER every year, until 1986.
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      Quote: Mishka78
      After all, it would seem that power has not changed the last 20 years (and apparently the next 16 will not change),

      No apparently, but for sure! Read the constitutional amendment chapter 4, paragraph 3.1. And there, you see, another amendment to the constitution, and another +12 ...
  5. Mishka78 17 March 2020 15: 42 New
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    I will add. This is not the main problem if you dig a little deeper. The biggest problem is that there are no clear RULES.
    Investing in something long in our country is simply scary, because a sea of ​​factors that can rob you of everything. And these are not business risks, but risks that are completely independent of the investor. I see an example of my friend, a very successful businessman, whose business works well, bringing him several million dollars a year. Moreover, a really honest business, not based on a budget cut. So, he developed a completely new, well, incredibly awesome idea how to organize production. Startup There are no analogues in the world. And he is simply afraid to sell it in Russia. He is afraid that tomorrow they will come to him and squeeze everything, because This idea is extremely interesting. FSB, cops, Rostec, Rogozin, but anyone. And he is not protected from them in any way. Before my eyes are the affairs of Durov, Galitsky, Kalvi, a still long series of smaller entrepreneurs. When people simply squeeze out the business of their life and business with the help of the state. Or the state itself directly. Now my friend is preparing to leave the homeland and implement his project in the west, where large manufacturers are already tearing it apart ...
    Our laws are revised and replayed permanently, I plan one rate of return on investments, and the state raises the discount rate and raises the cost of credit, or raises taxes and excises, etc.
    The game for a long time in our country is absolutely unpredictable. Before everyone's eyes, there was a collapse of the country and its economy in 1991, in 1998, in 2009, 2014, now, etc.
    A relative was saving dollars for a long time, because did not believe in the ruble. I saved up 400. So I took and bought land with a house for $ 000, and invested another 150 in the reconstruction. It was only in 000, when the dollar was worth 150. And last year he sold this house. for 000 rubles, or 2007 30 dollars.
    What kind of hell are we waiting for investors who would be willing to invest in a long one? Are they chtol? We made a profit, surpassed it in a buck and drove out of the country from sin ... At $ 8-10 billion monthly withdraw, according to the CBRF. Half a trillion rubles a month. 6 trillion a year. The annual budget of the Russian Federation is 16,5 trillion.
    And over there - he decided to invest a long time in business in the Russian Federation and got into a pre-trial detention center, like Kalvi ....
    1. Honest Citizen 17 March 2020 15: 50 New
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      He is afraid that tomorrow they will come to him and squeeze everything, because This idea is extremely interesting. FSB, cops, Rostec, Rogozin, but anyone.

      Now adherents of the sect of the KhPP and the eternal Pu will attack and two accounts will prove to you that they are "honest people", and who does not believe in this is that State Department agent, a bulk carrier and rocking the boat.
    2. Loess 17 March 2020 16: 08 New
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      Quote: Mishka78
      And so he took and bought land with a house for $ 150, and invested another 000 in the reconstruction. It was only in 150, when the dollar was worth 000. And last year he sold this house. for 2007 rubles, or 30 6.000.000 dollars.

      I understand correctly that you also blame the government for the sale at a loss? And not a relative? In this case, neither the discount rate nor the cost of credit on your relative’s plans could affect, because he had this money: "A relative saved a lot of dollars because he did not believe in the ruble. He saved 400." So how is the state guilty that he sold the house at a loss? It is not obliged to redeem it.
      1. Mishka78 17 March 2020 16: 18 New
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        The state is guilty of the fact that nothing can be planned in the country, because it doesn’t smell any stability at all. How can you make sure that your state-guaranteed currency loses 25% of the cost per day? You can not invest in anything. Automakers, food retailers have already announced price increases of up to 25%.
        The best option for saving is a dollar in a mattress bank, as even cans roll in with terrible force. At the time of Eli's arrival, there were about 1000 of them. Today - 436.
        Why in the same notorious US when gas prices fall, gasoline cheaper?
        At us gasoline always rises in price. We are the largest global manufacturer.
        Oil rises in price - gas rises in price. Is it logical? Is logical.
        Oil is getting cheaper - gas is getting more expensive. For it is necessary to compensate the losses of oil workers in the foreign market at the expense of the domestic market. Is it logical? Is logical.
        Oil does nothing - gas is getting more expensive. For inflation! Is it logical? Is logical.
        That's how we live..
    3. Lelek 17 March 2020 22: 29 New
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      At $ 8-10 billion monthly withdraw, according to the CBRF. Half a trillion rubles a month. 6 trillion a year. The annual budget of the Russian Federation is 16,5 trillion.


      I will not smear "statistics", I will give a screen:
  6. prior 17 March 2020 16: 01 New
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    "I would like all really wonderful ideas of the president to be realized ...."
    With this phrase, the author crossed out everything he wrote.
    The president has led us through the desert of promises for 20 years .... so what?
    Hoping for this power is empty chores.
    1. Stas157 17 March 2020 16: 26 New
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      The president has led us through the desert of promises for 20 years....So what?

      In light of recent manipulations with the amendments, the tzarek apparently decided to drive another 20 years ... like Moses!
    2. Fan-fan 17 March 2020 16: 42 New
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      Really, what are his ideas? Is this idea to disrupt negotiations with OPEC in order to punish all oil producers in the world? But it turned out the opposite, here is the help:
      “Earlier, Reuters reported that Saudi Aramco began to actively invade markets traditionally supplied with Russian Urals oil. Saudi Arabia offers its raw materials at dumping prices.
      “They are knocking at all doors, offering a lot and cheaply ...” the agency quotes a source in the western oil sector. According to him, the Saudi state corporation is trying to replace the Urals used by oil refineries around the world.
      Earlier, Bloomberg reported that Riyadh made an oil refinery in Europe an unprecedented offer. “Saudi Arabia offers its main oil, the Arab Light brand, with supplies to Rotterdam at a price of about $ 25 per barrel. This is a huge discount compared to the price of Russian Urals oil, ”notes Bloomberg."
      And what now threatens Russia? I think the crisis and the end of the social program. Good policy supreme, "smart."
      1. Kronos 17 March 2020 17: 22 New
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        This is a plus, the lower the ruble falls and the bigger the crisis, the more people will realize that they are being fooled by the bourgeois
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          AUL 17 March 2020 21: 11 New
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          This is a plus, the lower the ruble falls and the bigger the crisis, the more people will realize that they are being fooled by the bourgeois

          And now, is this a secret for someone?
    3. Kronos 17 March 2020 17: 21 New
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      Today he again began to promise - we must fight corruption, the rise in food prices and so on.
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    DPN 17 March 2020 16: 22 New
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    It’s good that they reminded that in Soviet times they built well and it was after the War that the people had the opportunity to move to normal housing, but they exchanged it for what we HAVE.
    The last paragraph did not like reminiscent of flattery, during this time it was possible to resettle everyone under normal conditions, at the Soviet Pace.
  8. Aleksandr1971 17 March 2020 16: 38 New
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    The topic is stated serious. But it’s just not completely disclosed.

    In my opinion, the following aspects should be highlighted:
    1. The concept and limits of the social obligation of the state;
    2. The political and class basis of social policy in Russia;
    3. The historical development of social obligations in Russia in the period after the collapse of the USSR;
    4. comparative characteristics of the content and volume of social obligations of Russia and foreign countries;
    5. the amount of social assistance in Russia by years;
    6. economic opportunities of the state for the implementation of social assistance;
    7. directions and methods of social assistance;
    8. issues of the effectiveness of social assistance;
    9. problems of the implementation of the social policy of the state and ways to solve them.

    Of course, you can vary the aspects of the topic, which is quite drawn to a doctoral dissertation. Therefore, the author should narrow the topic. A narrower topic is easier to discover.
    But instead of an informative article, the author got some kind of messy sob.
  9. Private89 17 March 2020 17: 25 New
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    It was with Khrushchev that the betrayal of socialist ideals began: from the undermining of ideology (speech at the 20th Congress) to the destruction of promising villages, mts and artels, which ultimately degenerated into a rejection of socialism. And the fact that the socialist system is a cut above the capitalist system was proved by the Stalinist USSR.
    And no one needs to believe in words and see behind all the statements of all those who promise us paradises, INTERESTS OF CLASSES.
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    2. Aleksandr1971 18 March 2020 10: 39 New
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      Evolutionary theory proves that the fittest survives. The USSR is dead, rotted, in a coffin ...... So at least the USSR won the Second World War, but in the historical perspective it is not the strongest. And here excuses are not important why the USSR lost. For a corpse, all causes of death lead to a corpse. But actually the topic of discussion is different, the topic is social policy.
  10. alekc75 17 March 2020 17: 31 New
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    the author is not aware that the housing construction program under Stalin was developed and launched after his death ???
    1. Kronos 17 March 2020 19: 40 New
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      It’s not quite that the Stalin’s people built it much better than the Khrushchev’s.
  11. faterdom 17 March 2020 20: 12 New
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    There is no time for buildup!
    It used to be, but now it’s not!
    Although, no, I'm lying, they also said earlier that he was not. Or is it about the boat, that it does not need to be rocked so that the millers with promissory notes and potanins do not drop out of it? So those who are not in the boat, but brazenly cling to the sides - should not rock it - they need to paddle them on the fingers!
    In general, it’s better to choose a silent politician, a kind of Gerasim. It is necessary to drown the mum - went quietly, without chatter - a boulevard - and that’s it! The result is obvious. Do not - I took out my mum, stroked, gave a stone - and everyone is happy! And Mumu is most grateful, and twists her tail!
    Happy end.
  12. Campanella 17 March 2020 21: 38 New
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    Dreams, dreams ... Putin cannot do anything good, the gulf between the government and the people is too big, and it should be noted that it (the gulf) is growing without any government plans. People are planning happiness, but it doesn’t come out. But they don’t promise anything to the oligarch, and their condition is leaping. Further explain what the author of the article needs or will he guess? By the way, recently, Putin often talks about today's Russia as a social state, it hurts my ears. Hypocrisy, bigotry, cynicism and outright lies.
  13. Po-tzan 17 March 2020 21: 40 New
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    One of them is the very concept of long-term socio-economic development of Russia until 2020.

    The main thing is that Putin promised to figure out the price of gasoline. laughing

  14. Brigadier 18 March 2020 02: 09 New
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    " I would like all really wonderful ideas of the president to be realized, and not to remain mossy sheets of history with sincere comments by your author. "

    BUT "great ideas of the president"have already begun to be realized by himself.
    And on April 22 their "apotheosis" is planned ...

    As popular wisdom says: the main thing is not who chooses, but who believes ...

    Below is a video about the "eternal President Trump."
    But then you understand me ...
    laughing lol wink

  15. Unknown 18 March 2020 06: 36 New
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    Therefore, Leonid Ilyich promised by 1990 to simply feed the country. In 1982, six months before Brezhnev’s death, the USSR Food Program was adopted, but Ilyich No. 2 did not have enough time to feed us. Moreover, in the early 90's we ate so much on food stamps that it was scary to remember ............ did the author himself live in that distant 82 year? then there was a general hunger that even swelled from him? damn it, but why write this ........ I can’t find the words. that’s where all the nonsense about the USSR comes from, and that time.
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      Therefore, Leonid Ilyich promised by 1990 to simply feed the country. In 1982, six months before Brezhnev’s death, the USSR Food Program was adopted, but Ilyich No. 2 did not have enough time to feed us. Moreover, in the early 90's we ate so much on food stamps that it was scary to remember ............ did the author himself live in that distant 82 year? then there was a general hunger that even swelled from him? damn it, but why write this ........ I can’t find the words. that’s where all the nonsense about the USSR comes from, and that time.

      That's how interesting, socialism tried to feed and could not, and capitalism dealt with it in 60 years
      1. Unknown 18 March 2020 07: 56 New
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        that’s why you need to comment, what you can’t know, because of your age. and why not tell tales about capitalism here. soon, it will be clearly visible how capitalism will cope with the food problem, under quarantine, in the country. If, as with the medical prevention of the virus, then everyone will have to starve. well, older people will be able to compare if the god of health gives. and I explain to you that the USSR was a highly industrial country, and it coped with the food task. a gigantic catering system was created, which included working canteens, at enterprises, schools, kindergartens, houses, pioneer camps, rest houses, sanatoriums, etc. in the settlements, in almost all, there were also dining rooms where you could eat, although the quality was different, but I don’t remember that the people were pickled, for that they were punished severely, up to the real time. And there were a lot of inspectors, from popular control, and off we go. plus also, food shops, collective farm markets, shops of district consumer cooperation. and a multi-million army, which also needs to be fed - every day! and it is necessary to add, and the strategic supply of food in case of war, emergency situations. and the USSR coped with this task.
        1. atalef 18 March 2020 12: 23 New
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          that’s why comment, what you can’t know, because of your age

          Well fifty years, I’ve been changing it for 2 years
          Quote: Unknown
          soon, it will be clearly seen how capitalism will cope with the food problem, under quarantine


          Well, I’ve been living in capitalism for 28 years, we now have quarantine for almost the entire country - and nothing, everything is in the stores.
          Despite the 3-day just rush demand.
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          and I explain to you that the USSR was a highly industrial country, and it coped with the food task

          Sculpt fairy tales to someone else.
          We’d live in the mid-70s in the Kalinin region and look at what you would say
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          in almost all, there were also dining rooms where you could eat, although the quality was different

          The canteens to whom you humpback eat, about the canteens - the canteens - were.
          Is it ok to eat there?
          What universe did you live in?
          Your entire post is an agitation for a shkolot who did not live in the USSR.
      2. Nastia makarova 18 March 2020 10: 29 New
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        what nonsense is that in the USSR there was a famine
  16. Aleksandr1971 18 March 2020 10: 46 New
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    Well, dear readers, you, just as the author of the article, do not discuss the topic of social policy at all. No, to discuss nursing homes, child benefits, unemployment benefits, community service, a job placement measure, boarding schools for orphans, people with disabilities, accessible living environments, human development activities and everything else that characterizes the social policy of the state. And I would like to see in the reasoning logic, proven problems and prospects, statistics and economic justifications.
    But no - just like the author, almost all readers also fell into wacky emotions and memories of the past. "The past and thoughts," as A. Herzen said .... negative
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    When you are poor, you won’t throw away the rest of the food. When you are a beggar, you are happy to crust the bread. In the German Democratic Republic, given the Germans' prudence, they peeled potatoes in factories. And they created a network of convenience foods and stores. Packages of half a kilo of potatoes and other vegetables .A cleaning went to feed livestock. In winter, a special car went, in which the heat loss of houses was measured. You can break any system, but it’s better to break your brains.