Chelyabinsk Governor called dancing on the bones of requests for resettlement


Boris Dubrovsky (left)Photo: Ilya Moskovets / RIA Novosti

The Governor of Chelyabinsk region Boris Dubrovsky has called the collection of signatures on the resettlement of the partially collapsed house in Magnitogorsk dancing on the bones. The official address of the head of region to residents posted on Wednesday, January 9 on its website.

“Another expression I use may not: someone is trying to dance on the bones. Start to collect some signatures, to destabilize the situation, stating that decisions about the safety of living in the house are taken behind the scenes,” said he.

According to him, temporarily uninhabitable, the experts acknowledged only two of the entrance of the house, “living in the other blocks safely.” The Governor said that the examination was conducted by specialists of EMERCOM of Russia with the use of complex “String”.

“Our next tactic is the following. Will be the dismantling of seventh and eighth entrances, then a detailed technical audit of all remaining entrances,” — said Dubrovsky, adding that a decision on the fate of the house will be open.

As of 16:00 Wednesday, January 9, a petition for the demolition of the house signed by more than 87 thousand people.

A partial collapse of the house on Karl Marx street in Magnitogorsk took place on 31 December. Killing 39 people. The basic version of explosion of household gas. Later in the city administration informed that the surviving part of the exploded house safe for living.

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