The municipality agreed on a procession and rally of opponents of the renovation may 28

The Moscow mayor’s office agreed to hold a March and rally against the renovation of the housing 28 may. About this “Interfax” reported the head of the Moscow branch of the party “Yabloko” Sergei Mitrokhin.

According to him, the gathering of protesters is expected from 13:00 to 14:00 in front of houses No. 21-24 on Vavilov street. From 14:00 to 15:00 agreed to March on Vavilov street to the house №46 (in the direction of street of Dmitry Ulyanov), and then from 15:00 to 16:00 at the site of this house has scheduled a rally numbering up to 10 thousand people. Traffic, including public, will be closed.

“He offered two options, the second was a repetition of the rally on Sakharov Avenue. We chose beacon hill because it is the area where the planned demolition of 121 houses. In addition, it is possible to hold the March,” — said Mitrokhin.

The official representative of the Department of regional security of Moscow Elena Romanova has confirmed to Agency the fact of coordination of actions on this route.

14 may opened voting on the issue of renovation of housing. It is carried out in the centres of public services “My documents” and the electronic system of the Active citizen. In the voting can participate as owners and tenants under agreements sotsnayma.

On the same day in the capital held a rally against the renovation program. According to official figures, was attended by about 8 thousand people, according to unofficial — more than 20 thousand.

In early may, was released a list of houses that can be included in the programme. Only it fell more than 4.5 thousand objects is a five-story building of the first period of industrial housing and some other similar homes that are in poor technical condition. Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin noted that the demolition of all listed homes will take at least 10-15 years.

Order on the demolition of the Moscow Khrushchev and the construction in their place new housing Sobyanin gave the President of Russia Vladimir Putin in February.