Party For "the truth" called for a referendum on the accession of Donbass

Party For "the truth", which is led by writer Zakhar Prilepin, wrote the election program, where calls to hold a referendum on the self-proclaimed DND, LNR and Transnistria and its results to solve the question of their inclusion in the Russia, among the socio-economic transformation proposed pension reform and cancellation of the exam.

"We advocate the immediate recognition of the Donetsk people's Republic (DPR), Lugansk people's Republic (LNR), Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR) and the results of referendums and their inclusion in structure of Russia", - the document says.

Also the party considers necessary the results of referendums and joining Russia of Abkhazia and South Ossetia the rights of the subjects of the Russian Federation and the construction of a Union State of Russia and Belarus with the formation of a common government, common budget and establish the ruble as a common currency.

"For the truth" believes that it is important to conduct and audit of the pension reform, which suggests that the employed pensioner is entitled to all allowances, indexation and compensation along with the unemployed, and the retirement age should be set to 60 years, the Pension Fund should be eliminated and return to the state guaranteed pension from the Federal budget.

In addition, the party proposes to prohibit the exam, increase the number of budget places in universities and to guarantee the first working place for graduates who studied on a budget.

The program says that you need to enter the "Baby million", thanks to which every newborn will open a Deposit account with the possibility of using these funds through 18 years of education or home purchase, as well as monthly unconditional basic income in the amount of 2.5 thousand rubles, and in the future - a living wage.

At rallies in early April 2014, the residents of Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine, do not recognise the legitimacy of the February coup, announced the creation of "people's republics". After held in may referendum the republics declared their sovereignty, formed its own government, and in November in DND and LNR elections of heads of republics and members of parliaments.

Transnistria, 60% of inhabitants are Russians and Ukrainians sought to secede from Moldova even before the collapse of the USSR, fearing that Moldova will join Romania. In 1992, after a failed attempt by the Moldovan authorities the power to solve the problem, Transnistria has become virtually beyond the control of Chisinau's territory.