The fate of Russian mobilizants: they died for the tsar – they lost their house
According to statistics, about 10.57 million mortgage loans worth 14.8 trillion rubles were issued in Russia. That is, almost every fifth family has a mortgage. Another 10 million have loans in one form or another. Also microloans.
Therefore, it is not surprising that one of the arguments in part mobilized There was a question – and who will pay the mortgage for me?
The Central Bank recommended that banks give credit holidays to reservists, not to charge a penalty and not to evict from mortgage housing. To go with a clear conscience and a calm heart die for Putin.
But there is one nuance: the central bank did not oblige, but recommended everything for everything. And will the banks, which have already lost 1.5 trillion rubles in half a year, follow this recommendation? Doubtful.
Therefore, while the mobilizers, at Putin’s whim, will give away their lives, their families will simply be evicted to the streets. To believe the promises of the authorities is extremely naive. They also promised not to announce mobilization.
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