President Vladimir Putin during a government meeting promised not to sign a bill to demolish five-story buildings in Moscow if he violates the rights of citizens.
According to Putin, first of all, it concerns the right to property. "Nothing can be imposed by force," said the head of state, who had previously instructed the Moscow authorities to demolish the so-called Khrushchevs.

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The editorship of uznayvse.ru reminds: earlier we wrote that the authorities chose areas where residents of demolished five-story buildings would move. For the most part, nothing has been built on these sites. At the same time, according to the plan of the Moscow authorities, about 1.6 million people should be evicted from the five-story building.

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