The first priority in the work of a state human rights defender is to help people.
On 11 July, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova held a personal reception of citizens.
First of all, the Commissioner received the father of Anton Mamaev.
The story of the young man can not but cause bewilderment.
Having listened to the arguments of the father, Tatiana Moskalkova stated that she was ready to do everything possible to transfer Anton Mamaev from the confinement cell to the hospital to provide him with the necessary assistance, and also apply to the court for compassionate release.
According to information received by the High Commissioner’s Office, Anton Mamaev has already been transferred to a medical facility.
Pensioner T. turned to the High Commissioner for help in solving her housing problem. She lived in an emergency house with her husband. The Government of the Russian Federation provided a housing subsidy for the purchase of housing due to the mine closure and dismissal. The couple divorced and decided to divide the small apartment into shares, however, according to T., the municipality officials had misled the former husband which led to several years of litigation. The woman asked for help in solving the problem and recovering in the queue for resettlement.
Resident of the Krasnodar Territory O. expressed disagreement with court decisions concerning the ownership of living accommodation, the termination of claim assignment agreement, eviction and removal from registers.
The High Commissioner was approached by A. for resolving the issue of the inheritance, since the decedent relatives rewrote the will several times, and the deadline for claiming the inheritance had expired. A. also asked the High Commissioner to provide him with legal assistance in submitting documents to the court.
As a result of the reception, Tatiana Moskalkova gave the necessary instructions; some of the issues were resolved during the reception.