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Government of Latvia postpones amendments to Pension Law

Government of Latvia postpones amendments to Pension Law

20.05.2015

The government of Latvia on May 19th decided that the Welfare Ministry's amendments to the Law on State Pensions would be reviewed once work on the 2016 state budget commences, reports LETA.

Keyword tags: Budget, Financial Services, Latvia, Legislation, Pensioners



Latvian FinMin: amendments to Law on Pensions must not be considered outside budget context

Latvian FinMin: amendments to Law on Pensions must not be considered outside budget context

19.05.2015

Taking into consideration the European Commission's forecast that Latvia will have consolidate the 2016 state budget by 0.3% of gross domestic product, the Finance Ministry is urging the government to act responsibly when reviewing the Welfare Ministry's amendments to the Law on Pensions, as the proposed amendments will have a significant fiscal impact on the budget, writes LETA.

In Latvia, EUR 700 mln could be accumulated in social budget by 2018

In Latvia, EUR 700 mln could be accumulated in social budget by 2018

19.05.2015

Surplus of EUR 700 million could be accumulated in the social budget by 2018 in Latvia, Welfare Minister Uldis Augulis (Greens/Farmers) said at the Latvian Pensioners' Federation's 10th congress yesterday, cites LETA.


Latvian Cabinet to consider supporting some changes in Law on Pensions – at expense of all ministry budgets

Latvian Cabinet to consider supporting some changes in Law on Pensions – at expense of all ministry budgets

19.05.2015

The Cabinet of Ministers in Latvia will finally get around to reviewing the Welfare Ministry's amendments package to the Law on Pensions. One option in funding the changes would mean slashing budgets for all ministries – to push through even a part of the package, informs LETA.

Pensioners Federation: Latvia has enough mechanisms to implement higher indexation of pensions

Pensioners Federation: Latvia has enough mechanisms to implement higher indexation of pensions

18.05.2015

The state has enough mechanisms to implement higher indexation of pensions, according to Andris Silins, the head of the Latvian Pensioners Federation, in an interview on the LNT morning show "900 sekundes", cites LETA.

07.04.2015

Demographer: retirement and healthcare system should be reorganized in Latvia

The Latvian retirement and healthcare system should be reorganized, demographer Atis Berzins notes in an interview with Latvijas Avize, cites LETA.

07.04.2015

Delay in pension payments to Russian citizens residing in Latvia

Latvian Television reported last night that there has been a delay in pension payments to Russian citizens residing in Latvia, informs LETA.

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