The Parliament banned alienation of property for foreign currency loans

4 June 2014 13:47  3271098 071955
The Parliament banned alienation of property for foreign currency loans

The Parliament adopted a moratorium on alienation of property of citizens pledged to obtain foreign currency loans.

241 MPs voted for the decision.

The adoption of the moratorium was a major concern for MPs and caused considerable controversy in the hall.

As a result, people's representatives managed to gather votes for the moratorium, which is aimed to protect citizens from alienation of property until the working group in the Parliament manages to develop a law on the restructuring of foreign currency loans.

The moratorium prohibits the alienation of housing in area of up to ​​140 square meters and will not cover MPs, judges, prosecutors and state officials of 1-3 categories.

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