Moscow authorities have summed up the results of voting on the renovation project

Moscow authorities have summed up the results of voting on the renovation project

Moscow. June 17. INTERFAX.RU On the official website of the Moscow government published the results of the voting on the draft programme of renovation. It was attended by residents of the houses 4543. For moving into a new home, said residents 4079 homes (90% of the votes).

The 276 inhabitants of the houses voted to secede from the program — more than a third of the apartments are against the participation in the program. In 184 houses opinions are divided. For participation in the program they said residents from 40 to 60% of the apartments. These homes also may not be included in the renovation project.

To Express their opinions citizens could, from 15 may to 15 June in the “Active citizen” in public services “My documents” or at the General meeting of owners of premises.

Earlier, the head of the Department of information technology of Moscow Artem Yermolaev has informed that according to preliminary voting results on June 15, 466 inhabitants of houses in Moscow decided to withdraw from the renovation program. “466 homes decided to withdraw from a program of renovation, 2312 houses — 90% vote “for” the program, and 600 homes — 80% vote “for,” said Ermolaev yesterday.

The mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin noted the unprecedented for Russia the level of public discussion of the program. “It’s impossible to find a Muscovite who would not know about this program and formed a relationship to her. Moreover, in the whole of Russia have closely followed this debate,” said the mayor at a plenary meeting of the 7th Moscow civil forum.

He thanked all the Muscovites, both supporters and opponents of the renovation program, for a fruitful discussion around the draft program.

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