Crimean Parliament made a decision to create a commission on restoring of rights of the rehabilitated victims of political repression.
The commission includes representative bodies, in particular, the Ministry of Social Policy, other ministries, national and cultural communities as well as the stuff of the archive, who are to legalize all the papers and the police officers.
Crimea’s deputy Prime Minister Ruslan Balbek was appointed the chairman of the committee. Zaur Smirnov was appointed his deputy.
According to deputy chairman of Crimean Parliament Remzi Ilyasov, the Parliament has approved the composition of the committee and ordered that the same committees would be opened locally, which will allow people to get proper documents, providing some privileges.
The privileges include transport privileges, raise of the pensions, a 50% discount for public utilities.
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