On April 3, the working meeting of Governor of Sevastopol city Dmitry Ovsyannikov with Commissioner for the Human Rights in the city of Sevastopol Pavel Butsay took place.
The report of the Commissioner for the Human Rights was prepared on the basis of the analysis of received collective and individual appeals of citizens, onsite receptions, materials collected on the basis of visits to organizations and institutions, places of detention of citizens, carried expert councils, conferences and working meetings.
The report provides information on the consideration of complaints and appeals by the Commissioner for Human Rights, on the actions taken to restore the violated rights of citizens, the urgent problems of the constitutional human rights observance in the city of Sevastopol are analyzed. Moreover, the document contains recommendations on improving the activities of the state executive authorities of the region, local government and enforcement authorities in the field of observance and protection of human and civil rights and freedoms.
The report also presents data on cooperation with various state authorities on the issues of observance and protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens, on the problematic issues that have emerged in the course of joint activities, as well as on the results achieved through this cooperation.
The meeting also discussed a number of proposals to improve the work in the field of ensuring the conditions and guarantees of human rights and freedoms in the city of Sevastopol. Pavel Butsay paid special attention to the problem of creating a center for homeless people.
Adapted from the Press Service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in the city of Sevastopol