Raising The Minimum Wage

Original Language Title: О повышении минимального размера оплаты труда

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Expired-the Federal law dated 22.04.96 g. N 40-FZ RUSSIAN FEDERATION federal law on raising the minimum wage passed by the State Duma on October 20, 1995 year approved by the Federation Council October 25, 1995 year Article 1. Install the minimum wage: from November 1, 1995 year-amounting to 57 750 roubles per month, with December 1, 1995 year-amounting to 60 500 rubles per month, with January 1, 1996 year-amounting to 63 250 rubles per month.
Article 2. The minimum wage is set by article 1 hereof, is introduced: organizations funded from budget resources, at the expense of the respective budgets;
other organizations-at their own expense.
Article 3. Scholarships for students of educational institutions of higher professional education students of institutions of secondary vocational education and basic vocational training, graduate students studying full-time in graduate school educational institutions of higher professional education and research institutions, relevant allowances and other social payments are based on a certain article 1 the present Federal minimum wage law.
Article 4. Costs associated with payments provided for in article 3 of this federal laws are made at the expense of existing sources of funding.
Article 5. Shall be invalidated by the Federal law "about raising the minimum wage" (collection of laws of the Russian Federation, 1995, no. 31, p. 2987).
Article 6. Calculation of taxes, fees and other payments, in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation on taxes depending on the minimum wage, is made on the basis of article 1 of this federal law, the minimum wage.
Article 7. This federal law enters in force from November 1, 1995 year.
The President of the Russian Federation, b. Yeltsin, Kremlin, Moscow, N November 1, 1995 159-FZ

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