Bastrykin said, what was the reason of the tragedy on the Syamozero
According to him, the imperfection of the legal regulation of children’s activities contributes to the Commission of crimes in this sphere.
MOSCOW, November 23 — RIA Novosti. The imperfection of the legal regulation of children’s activities contributes to the Commission of crimes in this sphere, including such as the tragedy on the Syamozero in Karelia, said the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin at the meeting of the Board of the Russian IC.
“I would like to emphasize that the investigation of some criminal cases, including the Syamozero, it is established that one of the conditions conducive to these crimes, is the imperfection of normative-legal regulation of children’s activities”, — said Bastrykin at the meeting, devoted to the consideration of crime reports and investigating criminal cases on the facts of violation of rights and legitimate interests of minors in the sphere of organization of children’s rest and recuperation.
He noted that “there is no single legal act that would define, as it was in Soviet period… the coordination of who performs it and who is responsible for what”.
According to him, victims of crimes in the sphere of organization of children’s rest and recuperation during the half year recognised 658 minors, killed 56 children, 38 minor caused serious bodily injury, 28 — moderate and 227 — light injury.
Attention to children’s recreation in Russia is confined after the tragedy in Karelia, which occurred on June 18. Children from camp “the Park hotel “Syamozero” went along with the instructors on a walk around the lake Syamozero. In the composition of the group there were 51 people, four of them adults. When the storm began, two canoes with children carried out on the open water, and the raft with their comrades nailed to one of the Islands. Both canoes overturned. Killed 14 children. Russian President Vladimir Putin later gave instructions to the government and ministries on the organization of children’s leisure.