Reasonable and proportionate to the existing threat of the pandemic was recognized by the Russian Ministry of justice’s restrictive regulations imposed in the regions in connection with the coronavirus. In addition, the measures taken globally and in some countries according to the degree of constraints was superior to the Russian. This is stated in the message Department.
we will Remind, the Ministry of justice on behalf of the Prime Minister of the government Michael mishustina checked the decrees of the authorities of regions, including Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin, made on the backdrop of the spread of COVID-19.
“these measures are purely temporary in nature and regularly reviewed for compliance with the current situation. Gradual easing of restrictions in connection with the improvement of the epidemiological situation confirm that the purpose of these measures was the protection of human health, not arbitrary interference in their private life”, — noted in the message.
As noted in the Ministry, accepted the complexes of the restrictive measures did not go beyond the competences and powers of the relevant authorities was proportionate and meet the existing threat, were aimed at implementation of the constitutional objectives for the protection of life and health of Russian citizens. At the same time was launched a full-scale state support the most vulnerable measures of the economy (so, in Moscow adopted several support packages in the amount of 85 billion rubles), and also provided material assistance to citizens.
Note, the capital is currently in phase II and the easing of restrictions imposed to prevent mass spread of coronavirus infection. Open stores, shops, most facilities, Bicycle rental, weekend markets. Muscovites have the opportunity to go for long walks, including in parks and gardens. Have been previously opened construction sites, industrial enterprises, has started 88 of the IFC.
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