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Housing restrictions for floaters want to remove in the Irkutsk region
The authorities of Irkutsk region proposed to remove housing restrictions for flood victims. Now to receive housing in return for the lost can only those who do not own another dwelling or share in it. The proposal was sent to the Deputy Chairman of the Government of Russia Vitaly Mutko, who is responsible for liquidating the consequences of the flood in the region.
According to the press service of the regional government, it turned out that a significant number of people who have lost their homes or, in ownership or share in the right of common ownership, have other housing. But there live relatives for whom this property was purchased. Also, some citizens have housing in other regions of the country, but checking compliance with the accounting norm is a long process. The timing of decisions on the provision of housing and the actual provision for them is delayed. Social tension is growing among the victims.
According to the latest data, 25 people died, six are reported missing. In the first wave in 109 settlements, 10,9 thousand houses were flooded, in which 42,7 thousand people lived. In the second in 56 settlements, 1,9 thousand houses with a population of 5,3 thousand were flooded.
Now the region continues to operate federal emergency mode. Under water more than 11,5 thousand ha agricultural land. According to experts, the flood damage exceeds 31 billion rubles.