Children of the repressed will require them to return housing to the constitutional court


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The constitutional court of Russia has accepted for consideration the complaint from three women — children of victims of Stalinist repression — the actual failure of the regional authorities of the law on rehabilitation, according to “Kommersant”.

According to Gregory Viana, head of the trial practice Institute for law and public policy, representing the interests of the children of the repressed, “the fundamental point is that state agencies years suppressed the existence of problems with the payment of housing repressed”. So, said the lawyer, for the right to return home years had to fight “middle-aged people.”

Vaypan said that he is awaiting feedback from the Moscow city Duma, mayor of Moscow, the state Duma, the Federation Council and the President of Russia. “We will study their opinions and is likely to present further arguments to the court,” he concluded.

The publication also notes that the Chairman of the presidential Council on human rights (HRC) Mikhail Fedotov wrote to the President of the constitutional court Valery Zorkin letter calling for “justice” against the repressed, because “the number of persons permanently and irreversibly declining.”

In a press-service of the court, the newspaper reported that the complaint will be considered in public policy, the judge was appointed Larissa Krasavchikova. In addition, because of the holiday season, it will be reviewed, likely in the autumn session.

Earlier it became known that Alice Meissner, Eugene Chaseway and Elizabeth Mikhailova, whose parents were exiled from Moscow in 1937, 1941 and 1947, make it impossible to return. According to the existing procedure, they should register in the capital, and then to stand in the General queue for housing. The presidential Commission for the rehabilitation, according to the newspaper, urged the state Duma to adopt the bill on the allocation of apartments so people out of turn because of their advanced age. But the government this initiative is not supported by economic reasons. In this regard, the women sent to the constitutional court of Russia three complaints about the failure of the rehabilitation act.

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