Moscow. April 21. The Plenipotentiary of the RF President in the far Eastern Federal district Yuri Trutnev not sure I still missed a law granting citizens of land plots in the far Eastern Federal district will enter into force before June.
“I want to catch, but all the time be willing to adjust something. We are now in regular discussion. I’m annoyed, but I understand that this is a completely new law for the country,” – said Trutnev on Thursday in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky reporters following a meeting with governors of far East, answering a question, whether will have time before June to come into force the law “on ha”.
He stressed that before the law it is necessary to remove all differences. “And to jump multiple steps will not work. Still have to discuss and resolve disagreements. They were very few, but they exist”, – said the Plenipotentiary.
The draft Federal law developed by the Ministry in fulfillment of the instructions of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, according to the results of this Oriental economic forum.
The bill provides for free provision to citizens of land plots in the amount of one ha Land is planned to provide for five years, in the case of use is to secure the right property, and if not used would be deleted.
In March Trutnev said that a law on far East ha meets resistance. “The struggle continues, resistance to the law exists. I should say frankly that I think on this topic. I think that the resistance is due to the fact that the law drastically reduces the income of those people who engaged in land speculation,” – said Trutnev at a meeting with journalists.
He noted that the cost of land in the Russian Federation plays a big role administrative component.
“The number of papers that a person should collect to use land – change categories, permissions, translation under individual housing construction is like a maze that created by officials to interfere with the people”, – said Trutnev.
According to him, attempts to escape from this labyrinth meet in the far East, significant resistance and difficulty.
The state Duma adopted a bill in first reading in mid-December 2015.