OP the Russian Federation has approved the bill “far ha”


A bill to provide “far Eastern hectares of land” is developed in order to reduce the outflow of population from the Far East, said the Deputy head of the Ministry of the Russian Federation Kirill Stepanov, who represented the bill in the house of Commons.

MOSCOW, 1 Dec. The public chamber of the Russian Federation in the course of zero hearings on Tuesday approved a bill to provide “far Eastern hectares of land”, reports the Ministry.

Earlier it was reported that the bill “About features of granting land plots for far Eastern Federal district” submitted to the state Duma. He proposes to establish the procedure and conditions of free of charge once the Russians land area of 1 hectare in the far East, being in state or municipal ownership for any purposes prohibited by law. In accordance with the draft law, foreign citizens and companies, as well as persons without citizenship the land will not be given.

During the hearing the Deputy head of the Ministry of the Russian Federation Kirill Stepanov, who represented the bill in the Public chamber, noted that he developed in order to reduce the outflow of population from the Far East.

“Participants “zero hearings” generally approved of the draft law. They noted the importance of efforts for the development of territories of the Far East”, — stated in the message. It is noted that experts worry about the practical implementation of aspects of the bill, in particular, principles of electronic resource and its integration with the portal of public services, the principles of “anchor” sites for the location and categorization of land.

Discussed the need to consider “far ha” in the system with other measures in the exploration and development of the far Eastern regions. Participants agreed that the territory of traditional nature use and areas of compact residence of indigenous minorities of the North should be excluded from the lands, alleged under delivery of the citizens.

According to the results of the hearings the representatives of the Ministry urged the experts of the Public chamber to send specific proposals to the text of the bill. It is expected that the first reading of the bill will take place in December, but the law itself will go live on may 1, 2016.