All teachers in St. Petersburg will be paid 10 thousand rubles each before the elections to the State Duma. The money will be received by 120 thousand people

The Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov announced the payment of 10 thousand rubles to all teachers in the city. This was reported on the website of the city administration.

The head of Sirius, Elena Vladimirovna Shmeleva, and the director of the State Hermitage Museum, Mikhail Borisovich Piotrovsky, approached me. With great respect for the work of teachers, these recognized authorities in pedagogy and science offered to find an opportunity to support our teachers and educators.

More than 120 thousand teachers will receive payments. Among them are teachers, teachers of additional education, educational organizers, junior teaching staff, school psychologists, educators, coaches – everyone who works with children in schools, kindergartens, colleges, palaces of creativity, children’s camps.

Beglov said the money would be paid within three weeks. Thus, the deadline for payment will be September 20, notes “Paper”.

Voting in the elections to the State Duma will take place in Russia from 17 to 19 September. Elena Shmeleva is in the top five of the all-federal list of “United Russia”, Mikhail Piotrovsky heads the Petersburg party list.

Last week, the authorities of the Tver and  Ivanovo regions announced payments to teachers in the amount of five to ten thousand rubles .

In recent months, Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered to pay 10 thousand rubles each to parents of schoolchildren and  pensioners , as well as 15 thousand rubles each – to servicemen , cadets of military schools and law enforcement officers.

(c)MEDUZA 2021


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