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In Kamchatka, families with disabled children will be helped to buy cars.

Families in which children with musculoskeletal disorders are brought up will be compensated for part of the cost of the purchased vehicle. Such an additional measure of social support will operate after the adoption of the Law of the Kamchatka Territory "On social protection of disabled people". The draft was considered and approved at the last session of the Legislative Assembly of the Kamchatka Territory in the second reading.

According to the press service of the Kamchatka Krai Government, the document retains all the benefits and support measures, assistance issues for this category of the population, which are still in force. “The presented draft law contains all aspects affecting the rights and interests of persons with disabilities, taking into account recent changes in federal legislation, including in connection with the ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities by the Russian Federation,” said Deputy Minister Irina Kandaurova.

Currently, 135 families live in Kamchatka, where children with disorders of the musculoskeletal system are brought up. To ensure a new measure of social support in the budget of the region, it is necessary to provide about 54 million rubles. It is planned that the amount of compensation may be up to 400 thousand rubles.

The draft law was developed by the Ministry of Social Development and Labor on behalf of Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin. For the first time, the bill was submitted to the deputies for consideration in March of the current year. The new law will take effect from January 1 2015.

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