The Parliamentary elections in Chechnya are scheduled for this year's fall.
According to Isayev, the mentioned above law drafts are primarily aimed at the restoration of the ruined as a result of war living houses, social sector and settlement of ethnic and religious conflicts.
The Head of the Chechen Council noted that 90 percent of the private living sector was destroyed in the course of the war. Approximately 60 percent of the ruined buildings are situated in Grozny. More than 39,000 people are waiting to receive financial compensations for their destroyed houses. Russian and Chechen authorities started giving away the compensations in the fall of the last year. Over 1,500 people received the compensations so far.