MOSCOW, June 11 – PRIME. The Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation proposed to expand the measure to include an inviolable minimum income for debtors. Now, if the amendments are approved, all citizens who find themselves in a difficult financial situation will count on this right, Rossiyskaya Gazeta writes with reference to the corresponding bill registered on the State Duma website. “It is proposed to amend the Code of Civil Procedure and the law” On Enforcement Proceedings. ” Russian lawyers Vladimir Gruzdev. Debtors from April 1 may lose their only home, the lawyer said. According to him, the amendments give the debtor the right to apply to the bailiffs service with a statement on the preservation of monthly income in an amount not lower than the subsistence minimum of the working-age population as a whole across the Russian Federation. The measure will not apply to alimony debtors, as well as to cases of compensation by a citizen for harm from a crime committed by him. “At the same time, debtors in housing and communal services will receive the right to protect an inviolable minimum, while it was originally intended to remove them from the proposed rules. Also, the proposed guarantees will be received by debtors on administrative fines, including violators of traffic rules,” Gruzdev told the newspaper.