Putin demanded not to violate the rights of citizens in the resettlement of five-story building
Moscow. April 26. INTERFAX.RU — Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he would not sign the law on the demolition and reconstruction of the five-story building in Moscow, if he will violate the rights of citizens.
“There is another bill which attracted the attention of the public in Moscow. We are talking about the resettlement of five-story building,” — said the President at the meeting with the government.
The intention of the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, the goal is to improve the living conditions of the people living in ramshackle houses, built in the middle of the last century.
“But, of course, it must be done thus and such instruments and means that do not violate the rights of citizens, primarily the right to property. And all suggestions should be implemented on the basis of voluntary consent of citizens on the proposed conditions”, — stressed the head of state.
“I repeat, nothing can be imposed by force, and the rights of citizens should be fully respected. Therefore, I ask the government to pay attention to this and in dialogue with deputies of the state Duma to ensure passage of such a law that these rights of citizens are secured,” — said Putin.
I want to say that anything that violates the laws in force to date, and the rights of citizens, signed by me can not be. Asking for this law to work as it should, thoroughly, including in the public dialogue.Mr Putinprime of the Russian Federation
Earlier Sobyanin at a meeting with citizens on Wednesday in the Moscow house of public organisations have promised that government can be left in the area for the accommodation of all who wish to do so. In addition, he assured that the demolition of Muscovites will not have to relocate to temporary apartments.