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More than 300 families in the Angara region received new housing

More than 300 families in the Angara region received new housing
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In the Irkutsk region, 318 families who, as a result of the flood, lost a roof over their heads, were able to buy new housing. They received certificates totaling 855,4 million rubles. This was reported in the government of the region.

Currently, 4512 families have applied for restoration of housing rights. Most of them are already framed, but not implemented. Vice Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko criticized the local authorities because of the protracted process. The situation in the city of Tulun, which was most affected by the flood, was taken under personal control by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

More than 50% of affected families would like to stay in their village, about 30% would like to move to another region, and 8% to another region. The flood came to the region in July, as a result more than 10 thousand of residential buildings were flooded, more than 4 thousand were found unsuitable for living.