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EastRussia Bulletin: Growth of social tension is possible in Primorye Territory
A potential increase in social tension has become possible in the Primorsky Territory, although the regional authorities are making efforts to smooth the situation, the bulletin reports. “Far East: Events. Analytics. Trends " (#38).
In Primorye, there were problems in the implementation of the federal decision, according to which all large families should receive free land plots for individual construction by the end of the year. According to the Department of land and property relations of the regional administration, more than 6,5 thousand families are registered in the registry for obtaining land in Primorye, of which only 62% land was received. Most of the problems arose in Vladivostok, Nakhodka, Spassk-Dalniy, Kirov and Khasansky districts. According to the statements of officials, in the current situation, the waiting lists themselves, which are not on the draw, are partly to blame. But the fact is that many families are not satisfied with the quality of the proposed sites and therefore prefer not to participate in this procedure. For example, out of just over 4,000 plots granted to large families, water supply is provided by 284, electricity is supplied by 530, only all 64 plots in the five above-mentioned municipalities of the Krai have all necessary engineering communications: all land plots allocated to large families are planned to be provided with infrastructure only end of 2017 year, - quotation on the bulletin "The Far East: Events. Analytics. Trends. "
Important is the fact that the allocation of land to large families in the framework of the presidential "may" decrees came into some contradiction with the regional law, giving the right to free land plots also for young families, as well as families with two children. More than 9,7 of thousands of families are already in the queue for them, and only 270 sites have received waiting lists. This regional document, which became a kind of "calling card" of V. Miklushevsky in the first years of his governorship and just before the elections, contributes to the growth of fears among large families who believe that the "new beneficiaries" will further hinder the execution of the presidential decree. Anyway, at a meeting with the heads of municipalities, V. Miklushevsky stressed the priority of issuing plots to large families, that is, the implementation of the decision sought by the federal government. The implementation of their own gubernatorial decision is becoming a matter of longer and more complex, which can now cause dissatisfaction with voters.
Weekly Newsletter “The Far East: Events. Analytics. Trends "comes out on Tuesdays and spreads by electronic subscription. Subscription is made on the site EastRussia.ru. Bulletin # 38 will be sent to 2 December subscribers.