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Anti-crisis measures proposed by “We Continue the Change" to be discussed by Coalition Council

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14 measures totaling over 1 billion euros will be proposed by the MPs from "We Continue the Change" at tomorrow's ruling coalition council. This was announced by Andrey Gyurov, chairman of the Parliamentary Group of "We Continue the Change".

The measures aim at supporting the vulnerable part of the population as well as the business. A hike of the minimum pension from 189 euros to 230 euros, tax relief for working parents and financial compensations for end users of fuels are also being proposed. For micro and medium-sized businesses, a rise in the VAT registration threshold to EUR 51,000 has been proposed, which would significantly reduce the administrative burden for small companies.


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