Civil Servants Salaries in Russia


Do you know how much Salary Russian civil servants earn?

According to data released by the Russian Federal Statistics Office, the average monthly salary income of public officials of federal state organs in 2016 was 115,700 rubles, an increase of 4% over 2015.

In the list of wages of public officials of the federal state organs in 2016, the Russian government is at the top of the list, and the average monthly salary income of its officials is 228,500 rubles, a decrease of 1.4% from last year. The President's Office ranked second, with an average monthly salary income of 218,600 rubles, an increase of 0.7%.
The average monthly salary of Russian Federation Audit Office officials is 180,700 rubles, a decrease of 3.7%, ranking third.

The average monthly salary of the Federal Council officials of the Upper House of the Russian Parliament is 176,100 rubles (up 1.3%), the State Duma of the lower house-154,800 rubles (up 13%), and the Constitutional Court-136,200 rubles (up 10.4%)

Among the executive authorities, the highest income is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation-147,200 rubles (reduction of 0.7%)
In addition, the Federal Ministry of Finance-140,100 rubles (up 7.0%)
The Federal Ministry of Emergency Situations-137,900 rubles ( Increase 33.9%)
Federal Treasury Bureau-120,300 rubles (a decrease of 27.5%)
Russian Federal Office of Presidential Affairs-117,900 rubles (an increase of 5.9%)
Federal Taxation Office-117,800 rubles (an increase of 6.3%)

Among them, the federal agency with the lowest income is the Federal Agency for National Affairs. The average monthly salary of officials is 53,900 rubles, a decrease of 23.6% compared with last year.
  
The exchange rate of the ruble to the US dollar has been rising. The current exchange rate of the ruble to the renminbi is 1 ruble = 0.1178 yuan. 
It is easy to calculate the salary level of Russian officials.

What is the monthly salary of Russian President Putin? In 2016, Putin’s salary was 715,000 rubles per month, which is roughly equivalent to $ 11,500.

Russian civil servants have big monthly salary gap

According to the latest statistics released by the Russian National Statistics Office, in 2016, the average salary of local civil servants in the Russian Federation increased by 11.5%. 
For national civil servants, the average salary is 45,000 rubles, and the autonomous organ is 37,800 rubles. 
As of the end of 2016, there were 685,300 national civil servants and 306,500 self-governing organs.

Russian Federal State Statistics Office data shows that the highest monthly salary of Russian civil servants is not from Moscow (83,600 rubles). But from the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Region, the local national civil servants salary of 165,900 rubles.
Russian Civil Servants Salaries

It is worth mentioning that in parts of Russia, the salaries of civil servants did not rise but fell in 2016. These areas are mainly concentrated in the Southern Ural region and Trans Ural. 
Among them, the average salary of civil servants in Kurgan Prefecture in 2016 was 41,500 rubles, a decrease of 1.1% from 2015. 

Chelyabinsk region was 47.98 million rubles, a decrease of 4.5% from the previous year, and Kantmansi Autonomous Region was 95,400 rubles, a decrease of 5% from the previous year.

What class of civil servants are Russia and Eastern Europe?

It is well known that the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, and socialism have all collapsed.

So what class does the concept of civil servant or "person in the system" used by them refer to?

It actually refers to the "bureaucratic class" or "bureaucratic profiteering class".

"Civil servant" was originally a concept used by Western capitalist countries, and refers to the personnel used by government departments, while others have to rush to the market to follow the "social jungle law" or "social Darwinism". 

The government departments are controlled by the big bourgeoisie, the ruler of the "social jungle law", and serve the big bourgeoisie.

The concepts of "civil servants" (or "institutional personnel") and "non-civil servants" (or "non-institutional personnel") are themselves manifestations of the nature of capitalist society .Also, the adoption of these concepts in Russia and Eastern Europe means they agree Capitalism.

Because during the Soviet period led by Stalin (that is, the period when there was no "change"), all the people in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe were "inside the system" (the state-owned property was owned by the whole people), and what was needed from the West? 
What about the concept of "civil servants"?
 It turned out to be good, because most of the population became "non-institutional" personnel, resulting in severe social unemployment, to the point where young girls in Russia and Eastern Europe went out for prostitution in large numbers.

In the former socialist countries such as the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, large and small bureaucratic classes formed if they were given the privilege to operate state-owned assets, or (in the case where "civil servants" could not do business in person), let their relatives or cronies do business. 

Bureaucratic bourgeoisie

That is to say, the bureaucratic class and the bureaucratic bourgeoisie may be combined into one or separate, but even if they are separated, they are also a life-and-death community of interest.

When the governments of the former socialist countries such as the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe compromised and surrendered to the Western capitalist countries, and their bureaucratic bourgeoisie was gradually constrained by the other party in the economic exchanges with the Western capitalist countries. Finally, they could not extricate themselves, then bureaucratic The class was branded as a "comprador" and became a bureaucratic comprador bourgeoisie.

This is a major feature of today's world

Only by using class theory to analyze the world (and also acknowledging the dictatorship of the proletariat) can it truly stand on the stand of socialism, otherwise it must be representative of the bourgeoisie or other exploiting classes, and it must be anti-Marxism and Lenin And Mao Zedong Thought.

Of course, Russia and some Eastern European countries are awakening, especially Russia. Under Putin’s leadership, they are actually taking a path of returning to socialism, which is not only reflected in the political, military and cultural. 
The toughness of the capitalist countries is also reflected in the economic recovery of free health care and free education and other benefits for all people, so that Russian nationals are not completely "non-institutional" personnel in a certain sense. 
This is the hope of the resurgence of socialism.
The ringer must be the one who rings the bell. If the return of socialism in the world can start from Russia, then it will have the most convincing power and the greatest hope. In this sense, Putin can become the greatest socialist rescuer.
Salariues of Civil Servants in Russia

In the past, world public opinion believed that the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe were not as economically developed as Western capitalism, and were the result of socialism. But the historical fact that the Soviet Union relied on socialism to realize the basic industrialization of the country in the two to three hundred years of Western capitalism in two to three decades is a powerful refutation of this conclusion. 
Now that Russia and Eastern Europe have been engaged in capitalism for two or three decades, have they caught up with Western capitalist countries? 
Not only does it not, but it can be said that it is far worse, because you are a vassal, does international capitalism suppress you? 
So after all, it is necessary to return to socialism to be able to fundamentally catch up with capitalism, and this possibility is increasing, because we have seen the end of capitalism in the global chronic capitalist crisis.

The original socialism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, to put it bluntly, is public ownership, that is, economic democracy, that is, employment and welfare for all. But it still lacks socialist political democracy. 
This basic form of political democracy should be universal popular suffrage under the ruling party of the proletariat, that is, the masses of the people.
By excluding the non-proletarian or non-popular factors in the multi-party campaign and relying on regional governance performance competition to produce excellent candidates under the ruling party of the proletariat, that is, the masses, the bourgeoisie is ruled out.
The possibility, on the other hand, makes the whole people exercise their political power.


Soviet Union and Eastern Europe

The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe will not defeat the so-called democratic election system under the capitalist multi-party system (both represent the bourgeoisie) without establishing such popular socialist one-party popular elections, and will be deceived by capitalism.
It was replaced by a fake democratic political system, and it had to be completely economically subordinate to capitalism. 
This is the profound political reason for the failure of the socialist cause in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. 
Only by their own reflection and the establishment of a true socialist political and democratic system can they ultimately be able to not only in the economic system, but also in the political system, that is to decisively defeat capitalism in all directions.

Note: The global chronic capitalist economic crisis here refers to the rapid recovery of the economic recovery that can be brought about by any scientific and technological breakthrough when today's comprehensive science and technology such as information technology, cracking technology, and counterfeiting technology are highly developed. 

The overproduction of Chengxin has caused the recovery and prosperity that has been longer in the past to become shorter and shorter until it is negligible, and the entire social economy is always in recession and depression for a long time.

Common sense tells us that if a person has an acute fever, he will soon recover and return to a healthy state, but if a person has a chronic fever, that is, three days and two ends, and a fever all year round, how big is he? 
What is the chance of recovery? 
The same is true for the social economy:
When the chronic capitalist economic crisis occurs, how many years can capitalism remain? 
Therefore, the future of the world must be socialism.





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