580 thousand rubles - such an amount of the future pension of Russian President Vladimir Putin was mentioned by Reedus publication. This figure is 75% of the current salary of the head of state. At the same time, Vladimir Putin is now receiving a military pension, its rate is unknown.
The first and only president of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev, writes kp.ru, now receives a pension of more than 800 thousand rubles. This is determined by the law adopted in the last years of the existence of the Soviet Union.
As for the Prime Minister, if he works for the government for one to three years, he has the right to have a pension of 55% of the average salary. If he stays at the post longer, he will be able to claim for 75% - that is, 465 thousand rubles.
The astronauts' pensions are lower - after 25 years of the service, they expect 55% of the salary. If, after this period, the astronaut will work another 10 years, then his pension will increase to 85%. That is, 1650255 thousand rubles a month.
In fourth place in terms of “pensionability”, judges who came on well-deserved rest. The amount of their old-age pension is 50-80% of the salary - that is, 70-250 thousand rubles.
The heads of regions and other senior officials are in fifth place. Far Eastern governors will receive up to 150 thousand rubles a month due to regional allowances.
Heroes of Russia are the sixth largest pension. Monthly they receive 65.5 thousand rubles. For Muscovites awarded a Hero star, there is a bonus of 25 thousand rubles.
In addition, the top ten recipients of high pensions included federal ministers, State Duma deputies, people's and honored artists, and high-ranking military men.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Labor raised the pension by 6.3% to 17,432 rubles for ordinary Russians who did not work in ministries and did not fly into space. The sum, of course, does not reach the top, but then the annual indexing. With such increases, Russians will receive 19,238 rubles in retirement in 2023. But the Ministry of Labor decided to reduce the size of the funded pension.
It should also be noted that, despite the high monthly payments to those who got into the “pension top”, the insurance pension in Russia is one of the lowest in Europe. Even in Poland and Hungary the rate of pensions is much higher than in the Russian Federation. Experts believe that the majority of 45-year-old Russian citizens will be left without a large pension.