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    PAYMENT OF LOST-HOUSING COMPENSATIONS IN CHECHNYA NOT SATISFACTORY

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    ROSTOV-ON-DON, APRIL 1. /RIA NOVOSTI / -- The payment of lost-housing compensations in the Chechen republic is "extremely unsatisfactory", Vladimir Yakovlev, presidential plenipotentiary in the Southern federal district, told the conference on the payment of compensations and the return of persons temporarily displaced from Chechnya.

    Yakovlev explained that, according to the plan, in only the first quarter of this year up to 6,000 families losing housing in Chechnya were to get monetary compensations. As of now, only 1,800 people have got them, Yakovlev said.

    "Work is not over yet to resettle persons temporarily displaced outside Chechnya and it is to be fixed how to continue this work", Yakovlev said.

    He spoke up on the fulfilment of the federal target programme for rehabilitation of Chechnya and, citing the Audit Chamber figures, noted that "violations of legislation have been detected at actually every checked facility". There are also facts of misuse of monetary resources. To Yakovlev, over two billion roubles (35 roubles approximately equal 1 euro) has been used unlawfully.

    The presidential plenipotentiary has instructed Chechen President Akhmad Kadyrov to look into the situation and, if need be, turn to the prosecutor office.

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