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The liquidators of the Chernobyl accident from Sebastopol told about the problems with getting laid housing and subsidized medical care. Their stories published RIA Novosti.
Victor Murahovsky complained that almost 30 years can’t get issued to him housing. In 1991, he retired, not long before, stood in line for an apartment and in 2013 was the first in the list. Then gave him an inspection order, but was told to wait for the apartment. At that time, the house is still under construction, but due to the joining of Crimea to Russia in 2014, obligations to recipients of housing was annulled, and the man had no time to dwell.
In 2016, the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident, the then Governor of Sevastopol Sergey Menyailo gave Moskovskomu new certificate already built house, but the man again moved in. Unidentified image it with the first number in the list fell to 1343, explained in the organization of “the Union “Chernobyl” Sevastopol”. In the capital construction Department said that the benefits for Chernobyl will not apply and the categories “of cases as a result of the Chernobyl accident” in the list there. The government of Sevastopol stated that issued Moskovskomu apartment belongs not to the city and the developer, who allegedly wanted to pass it on a voluntary basis, but changed his mind.
As explained by the representative of one of the developers, some companies did not sell the apartment, and handed them over to the city — therefore, the part of the liquidators were able to obtain housing. The developer’s representative noted that companies that started to build houses with the Ukrainian government, after becoming a part of Russia asked the government of Sevastopol establish a mechanism for the transfer of property for social needs, but this was not done.
A man is forced to rent a house for 11-12 thousand rubles for pensions of 16 million including all allowances. Earlier Mukarovsky moonlighting as a taxi driver, but vision problems got in an accident, couldn’t fix the car and sold it. He also said that he could not receive treatment as liquidator — he had previously served in the clinic at the police Department, so we went to the liquidation from the Department, but in 2014 he was sent to a regular hospital. Over the past six years the man suffered a stroke, heart attack and stroke.
Another liquidator, Alexander Yurchenkov, also said that a few years of struggling with cancer, but not always pass assigned to him on time. Once he did gastroscopy and forced to wait in line, painted for two months forward, in spite of the extraordinary service of the liquidators. He did the procedure only after contacting the “Union “Chernobyl” Russia”.
While the liquidators have other benefits — for example, if you proved the Association of disease with radiation, they receive up to 20 thousand rubles, a small amount to buy food and are exempt from property taxes, vehicles, land. The President of “Union “Chernobyl” Russia” Alexander Grishin noted that despite the availability of benefits, they are often not respected at the regional level.
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