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They want to introduce a criminal punishment for forging signatures of residents

They want to introduce a criminal punishment for forging signatures of residents
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In Russia, it was proposed to introduce criminal punishment for forging signatures of owners during voting. For falsification of decisions of general meetings of tenants, the bill provides for fines of up to 100 thousand rubles and restriction of freedom for up to four years.

As reported "News", Dmitry Gordeev, Deputy Director of the Association "Housing and Public Utilities and the City Environment", applied to the State Duma with such an initiative. According to him, in 90% of cases, the minutes of meetings on the election and change of the Criminal Code were falsified. Member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Susana Kirakosyan agrees with him. The State Duma Committee on Housing Policy and Housing and Communal Services recommended bills for submission to the lower house of parliament.

Now the bills are at the stage of development, they are sent for recall to the Ministry of Construction. The ministry confirmed their receipt, but reported that they did not have official confirmation that 90% of the decisions of the owners were forged.

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