The government sent to the Parliament a revised draft budget 2017
the bill on the budget for 2017 was considered a two-fold increase in the minimum wage.
the Government has agreed a draft budget for 2017 and handed it to the Verkhovna Rada for reconsideration. The corresponding decision by the Cabinet of Ministers was taken on November 3 special meeting.
the Prime Minister thanked "the staff of the ministries and the heads of the ministries for their hard work on drafting the law on the budget for 2017" and said that "today all the necessary documents to be submitted to Parliament".
Finance Minister A. danyluk assured that the documents are ready and added that all budget spending for next year matched with real income, moreover, takes into account the priorities of the government and the increase in the minimum wage.
Recall that the draft budget does not include the extension of special regimes for VAT for farmers.
However, the Verkhovna Rada Committee on issues of agrarian policy and land relations was supported by 1 November 2016, the initiative on amendments to the Tax code to save the VAT exemptions for cooperatives.
Earlier Vladimir Groisman reported that the draft budget for 2017 is ready for the second reading.