VMRO-DPMNE to increase average salaries by 25% and reduce unemployment by 10%


The future government led by VMRO-DPMNE and Hristijan Mickoski is committed to providing citizens with an average salary increase of at least 25 percent in a single mandate, which means more money for workers or an average of 6,500 more than the salary they earn. will be paid nationally in December 2019, the party said.

“VMRO-DPMNE will also increase the average pension by at least 20 percent in one mandate or that will mean more than 3,000 denars for each pensioner. At the same time, the future government of VMRO-DPMNE is obliged to change the Law on Pension and Disability Insurance within the first 100 days of its mandate and in accordance with the new law the pensions will be adjusted on two basis, the increase of the living expenses and the average increase of the net wages. The future government of VMRO-DPMNE is committed to reducing unemployment below 10 percent, thereby providing more jobs for young people. VMRO-DPMNE is committed to completely abandoning the concept of progressive taxation and introducing a flat tax of up to 8 percent, which means more money for the economy and citizens,” reads the statement.

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