In Ukraine, want to impose a tax on childlessness to improve the demographic situation

Experts have long shown that the demographic situation in Ukraine is critical. So, with 52.2 million in 1993, the population dropped to 45.8 million in July this year. The data rate of attrition among the highest in Europe and leveled 0,8-1,1% per year, ITAR-TASS.

Projected U.S. research organization “Population Reference Bureau”, in the next 40 years the population of Ukraine will be reduced by another 10 million people.

In this regard, Ternopil city council has asked to return to the life of the Soviet tax on childlessness. The MPs adopted an appeal to the President, Government and parliament speaker, whose essence is the following: you must enter payments from men who are under the age of 25 years of age who are not raising children in an amount not less than 6 percent of salary.

It is in the low fertility MPs blame the decline in numbers. According to sociological studies, mostly in Ukrainian family for one child, but more than a million married couples without children. It was the last to be legally encouraged. Obtained as proceeds from the tax is calculated to send deputies to the needs of orphanages, kindergartens and schools.

31 August 2010

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