In Russia, they called for a ban on raising prices for flowers before March 8

State Duma deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party Nilov called for a ban on raising prices for flowers before March 8

The deputy head of the LDPR faction in the State Duma, Yaroslav Nilov, said that the rise in the price of flowers before March 8 is now associated with a market economy, but this should be changed. His words lead RIA News.

Nilov called for a ban on raising flower prices before March 8. According to him, they tried to regulate this area in Russia, even with the help of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS). The MP urged to single out organizations that retain the same cost of flowers, and to focus on them, to create informational advantages for them.

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In turn, the first deputy head of the SRZP faction in the State Duma, Dmitry Gusev, called the rise in price of flowers before the holidays speculation. Deputy of the State Duma from United Russia Oleg Morozov proposed to “ensure the release of additional volumes of flowers to the market” on March 8. In his opinion, administrative measures may be ineffective.

“Open additional points of sale. Then there will be enough for everyone and prices will not go up much. Administrative prohibitions will lead to the fact that there will be no flowers at the official points of sale. And in the gateway they will be, but three times more expensive, ”concluded Morozov.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Russian women on International Women’s Day. Separately, he noted the women soldiers and thanked them for their courage and responsiveness.

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