LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky wrote a letter to the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin with a request to exclude from the renovation plan, which involves the demolition of five-story building in the Russian capital and relocation of tenants to new housing, the house to which policies have moved in the early 60-ies of the last century of the Kazakh SSR.

As reported on the official website of the party, we are talking about N31 house on Lomonosovsky Prospekt. “It was in this house in August of 1964 Vladimir Zhirinovsky settled in the capital, when moved from the distant Alma-ATA”, – emphasized in the liberal democratic party.

In addition, the Chairman of the liberal democratic party proposed to set the building information sign that would tell about the famous tenant house heads “one of the most popular parties in the country”.

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.

On 16 may, the Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova sent to the state Duma five amendments to the law on the renovation programme in Moscow, proposing in particular to provide the residents of the five-story building instead of at least two apartments to choose from. In addition, it is proposed to increase the timing of the exchange of housing 60 to 90 days and to extend the possibility of judicial review of decisions about resettlement.



Zhirinovsky asked Sobyanin not to demolish “the native” five-storey building 16.05.2017

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