Shortly after the center of anticorruption investigations and initiatives “transparency international” (“TI-R”) has published an investigation about the relation of the former Deputy mayor of Moscow Vladimir resin with the elaboration of a draft law on the renovation, the Internet users were having problems accessing the official site of the organization.

“After the publication about the renovation we went to the website,” he wrote on his page in Twitter the head of the regional anti-corruption centre in St.-Petersburg Dmitry Sukharev. Meanwhile, on the portal Downjustforme it is reported that access to the resource is missing in the world.

Russian public organization affiliated to the international movement Transparency International, in its investigation of claims that the 81-year-old resin, which is the Deputy of the state Duma from “United Russia” is “a key developer of the draft law on renovation”. According to the center of the “TI-R”, “he’s the only one among the authors is a professional in the field of urban development.”

As indicated in the material centre “TI-R”, the resin was actively involved in the PR campaign to promote the bill. On his official website you can read about the fascinating prospects of renovation, but on the day of approval by the mayor of Moscow rally against the demolition of five-story building site v-resin.ru is no longer open.

14 may to rally against the renovation program in Moscow on the Sakharov Avenue there were more than 20 thousand people (the organizers said about 30 thousands, and the police – about eight), with nearly half of citizens participated in the rally for the first time in my life.

According to the poll conducted in late April, Muscovites are well aware why the government set renovation of housing: survey respondents called the main aim of the renovation of the enrichment of the construction firms.



Website of “transparency international” has gone offline after publishing an investigation on the Resin and renovation 18.05.2017

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