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In Kamchatsky Krai, the Commissioner for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the North
In Kamchatsky Krai, the commissioner for the rights of indigenous minorities of the North was appointed. They became a public figure Oleg Zaporotsky. His candidacy was approved by the deputies at the regular session of the Legislative Assembly of the Kamchatka Krai, the press service of the Krai Government reports.
Since 2011, Oleg Zaporotskiy has held the post of Deputy Ombudsman for Human Rights in the region, and after the creation of the Chamber of Ombudsmen, his candidacy was proposed for appointment to a new state position - Ombudsman for the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples of the North.
“Oleg Zaporotsky comes from the Tigil region of Koryakia. He is well aware of the problems of northerners, for many years he has been involved in the protection of the rights of indigenous peoples. This is a very important and responsible area of work, given that about 40% of the indigenous people live in the territory of the Koryak District. There are many problems in this area that need to be addressed. He must cope with this task ", - The press service quotes the words of the Governor of the Kamchatka Territory Vladimir Ilyukhin.
Recall, from 2014 year in Kamchatka, the Chamber of Commissioners began to work. It included four commissioners: on human rights, on the rights of the child, on the rights of entrepreneurs and the rights of indigenous people. Former Minister of Education and Science of the region Viktor Tyumentsev was previously appointed as the Ombudsman for the Rights of the Child; Vadim Povzner, the Ombudsman for the Rights of Entrepreneurs, is in charge, and the Ombudsman Irina Orlova leads the Chamber.