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September 23, 2021
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PNL’s Orban: Pension point to increase from January 1, 2022

National Liberal Party (PNL) Chairman Ludovic Orban announced on Monday that the pension point will increase from January 1, 2022.

“The pension point will increase from January 1, 2022,” Orban said at Parliament after the governing coalition’s meeting.

 

Holiday vouchers to no longer be issued in 2021

 

Ludovic Orban on Monday also informed that the coalition government at the meeting on the same day discussed the broad lines of the budget for this year and certain measures meant to reduce expenditures, among which the cutting of the holiday vouchers, which will no longer be issued in 2021.

“No new vouchers are issued,” Orban said.

According to him, no decision has been made on allowances for students, bonuses and food allowance for public sector employees.

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