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Land of local residents given under the "Far Eastern hectare" in Buryatia

Land of local residents given under the "Far Eastern hectare" in Buryatia
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In Buryatia, under the “Far Eastern hectare”, local governments allocated land owned by citizens, as well as agricultural land, separated by residents for common pastures. Residents of the village of Cardon in the Tarbagatai region complained about this problem to the human rights ombudsman in the republic.

In January 2020, the Ombudsman plans to hold a meeting on this issue with the authorities. According to the ombudsman’s press service, all victims of the distribution of their lands under the “Far Eastern hectare” are asked to contact the Ombudsman’s office indicating all violations of rights.

Now only residents of Buryatia can get free plots in the republic, however, from February 1, 2020, any resident of the Far East will be able to draw up a “Far Eastern hectare”.