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MOSCOW, June 27 (Itar-Tass) - A bill on the reform of the Russian Academy of Sciences envisages increases in academic scholarships to active members of the Academy up to 100,000 roubles per month as a minimum, Science and Education Minister Dmitry Livanov told journalists on Thursday.
"The bill envisages substantial increases in the academic scholarships, paid to the active members of the Academy for life, which will amount to 100,000 roubles per month as a minimum or will be even higher," Livanov said.
Earlier, spokeswoman for the Russian prime minister Natalya Timakova said that the bill on reorganization of the Academy of Sciences would be submitted to the State Duma next week.