Last week, Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Khakassia Alexander Chistotin addressed regional deputies on behalf of residents of the region.
According to Alexander Chistotin, in April he received a collective appeal from 262 residents of the Abakan Care Home for veterans. The applicants asked to assist in the equipment of stop placed in front of the entrance to the facility.
Employees of the Abakan Department of Urban Planning mapped out to organize a stop almost three hundred meters from the social organization building. Previously, the applicants applied to the city administration, but the issue was not settled within a year and a half.
Having familiarized himself with the materials, the regional Commissioner held a working meeting with representatives of the Abakan administration, following which the officials assured the veterans, the ombudsman and the management of the boarding house that with the advent of warm weather all necessary work would be performed.
As a result of the speech, the Commissioner recommended the administration of Abakan to equip the bus stop at the care home for veterans and inform the deputies of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Khakassia about the results of the construction.
The proposal supported by the deputies was included in the Resolution adopted at the end of the session, which, in particular, prescribes «to equip the stop at the agreed location» by 1 September 2017.
Adapted from the Press Service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Republic of Khakassia