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Victims in Priangarye want to give more money

Victims in Priangarye want to give more money
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The Irkutsk Regional Legislative Assembly proposed to increase payments to residents of the flood zone for the loss of crops and livestock. Deputies are sure that the previously approved amounts of monetary compensation do not correspond to the real needs of the people.

According to the press service of the regional Legislative Assembly, the new draft law provides for compensation due to the loss of crops - five thousand rubles for each weave of land, but not more than 15 hectare; for cattle and horses - 60 thousand rubles per animal; for pigs, sheep, goats - six thousand rubles, but not more than 60 thousand rubles; for rabbits and birds - 250 rubles are provided, but not more than 50 thousand rubles in general. Funding will be provided from the regional budget.

In addition, parliamentarians propose to establish compensation in the amount of 100 thousand rubles for flood-affected buildings for the maintenance of farm animals. And also to allocate the affected wood out of turn for the construction of a dwelling house, as well as outbuildings.

According to preliminary calculations, the total material damage from the flood was 29 billion, and agriculture - 300 million rubles.

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