Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he would not sign documents about the renovation of the housing in the event if they violated the rights of Muscovites. About it reports TASS.
“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”, – he said.
The head of state also instructed the government to draft the bill “as it should, thoroughly, including in the dialogue with the public.”
According to him, the proposals should be adopted in accordance with the voluntary consent of the residents of the five-story building.
Before the press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that the Muscovites don’t need to worry about violations of their rights in connection with the renovation of housing. According to him, the city administration is ready to answer all questions of inhabitants of the capital.
In February 2017 the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin discussed with Russian President Vladimir Putin a question on creation of the program of renovation of five-story building. Under the project, the old Khrushchev instead of major repairs proposed to be demolished. The head of state on the initiative was supported.
In March the bill was introduced in the state Duma group of deputies from “United Russia”. In April, the document was adopted in the first reading.