Anyone can swim near Medvedev’s house
The city authorities have given written consent to this and promised to penalize those who blocked the access to the water.
The Alexei Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation received a response to its appeal to the Moscow Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection. Previously, the Foundation was angered with the fact of limiting the free access to Ramenka river flowing near the residence Zolotye Klychi. According to Navalny, the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has property in it.
The extract from the Unified State Register of Real Estate Rights and Transactions
Therefore, luxury cottages are fenced, which did not give the opportunity to go down to the river. Recall that lawyers citing Articles 6 and 8 of the Water Code, according to which it is enjoined to deny access to the water closer than 20 meters (for small streams and channels it is 5 meters restriction), reveal the illegal buildings and limitations.
The city authorities agreed that the enclosed land plot, which is directly adjacent to the foreshore, violates the rights of citizens and instituted administrative proceedings under Article 8.12.1 of the Administrative Code. Now the residence’s administration faces a fine of up to 300 thousand rubles and the necessity for the demolition of fences and barriers.
The answer of the Moscow Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection
On October 15, the Russian branch of Amnesty International reported on the abduction of its employee Oleg Kozlovsky by unknown persons during the monitoring of protests in Magas against the agreement on borders with Chechnya.