SOCHI, November 6 Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin requested a repeat report on the criminal case about a dilapidated house in which people continue to live, according to the information center of the RF IC.
It is noted that a complaint was filed by a woman who reported that she and other residents live in a house built in 1934, in the apartments of which the ceiling had collapsed and the building’s structures were lopsided. In addition, the land located under the house, according to the woman, belonged by right of ownership to its residents, but the Sochi mayor’s office allegedly illegally seized it, offering material compensation, which does not allow the purchase of equivalent residential property at the resort.
As a result, the head of the Investigative Committee again requested a report on this situation from the head of the Russian Investigative Committee for the Krasnodar Territory, Andrei Maslov. According to the information center of the Investigative Committee of Russia, a criminal case was previously opened in this case in the regional Investigative Committee.
“The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Alexander Ivanovich Bastrykin, requested… a repeated report on the set of investigative actions carried out in the criminal case and on the work done to resolve the problem voiced in the appeal,” says the center’s Telegram channel .