The initiators of the idea to enact into law the so-called 13th pension of 200 euros, which the Lithuanian Seimas started debating at the end of October, claim that the current economic situation allows taking such measure. One of the bill initiators, Vanda Kravčionok of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania – Christian Families Alliance, estimates that the authorities would need 120–180 million euros for the payment of the 13th pension, which might be raised through a tax on bank assets. The incumbent Lithuanian parliament started debating the respective amendments last we...
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