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Declaration of High Commissioner on release of convicts from serving sentence in connection with serious illness
In the conditions of increased attention of public organizations to the state of medical provision in the institutions of the correctional system, nowadays the exemption from punishment in connection with a serious illness is one of the most socially significant issues.
Healing of a person’s psyche is the most delicate and the most complicated sphere of the medicine. Sometimes, the borderland between reality and cloud-world where mentally deranged person stays in is very thin.
On Monday, May 15, the voting of Moscow residents on housing retrofitting started. During a month, dwellers of five-storey apartment blocks must decide on the future of their living houses and to make a decision that can influence significantly the quality and conditions of their living.
Russian legislation provides different opportunities for orphans and children deprived of parental care to live in family settings. However, today, foster family is the most common way of childcare.
On May 17, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova sent several proposals for amendments to the draft law on housing retrofitting in Moscow to the State Duma.
House is a special and a very important place for every person; one’s citadel and strength. Disputes related to programmes of resettlement from one housing to another can last for years sometimes.
On May 23, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova met Russian state media representatives in press breakfast from.
On May 23, Deputy Head of Chancery of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Ivan Solovyov by order of the federal Ombudsman visited the oncological department and the department of pediatric surgery in the Ramenskoye central hospital.
On May 22, another airplay of the educational programme "Human Rights" released on the Public television of Russia (OTR). Guest of the program, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova discussed the most important and urgent problems troubling millions of Russians today with anchors and the audience: resettlement of substandard and ramshackle housing, housing and public utilities costs, violations of labour rights, poor medical attendance.
Is it just to deprive of the only housing because of household indebtness? What is the subject matter of the Pokémon catcher’s sentence and won’t this precedent become a widespread struggle against ateism? Move to Moscow with adopted children as a way to earn money and the resettlement program for habitants of five-storey buildings.