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Mutko: 40% of families did not receive housing after the flood in the Angara region

Mutko: 40% of families did not receive housing after the flood in the Angara region
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In the Irkutsk region, more than 40% of families that suffered from summer floods have not yet purchased housing, Deputy Prime Minister Vitaliy Mutko said. He ordered the regional authorities to complete the issuance of certificates for new housing or for major repairs by December 20.

According to Mutko, whose words he leads RIA News, 4 089 families have purchased their homes, however, for 2 812 families, the issue has not been resolved.

Now the authorities of the Irkutsk region lacks about 2,8 billion rubles to pay for certificates, this deficit may arise in early January 2020. According to Mutko, an agreement has already been reached that the region will allocate money from its reserve fund, and then this money will be returned to the treasury from the federal budget.

According to the governor of the Irkutsk region, Sergey Levchenko, the term for issuing certificates for the purchase or construction of new housing was extended to March 31 2020 year. Flood victims will be able to realize them until June 1 2020.

Recently, ONF announced failure to fulfill an order President of Russia, concerning the liquidation of the consequences of the flood in the Irkutsk region. According to public figures, 90% of affected residents reported problems receiving the required compensation, and more than half of the flooded people disagree with the decisions of the house inspection commissions.

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