Olga Rosenko is a native of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. She, like the father of her children, was born in this city, live and work. The conditions are not great, but they did not complain. "Odnushka" with an area of 33 square meters was redesigned. A place for cooking was organized in the corridor. The nine-meter kitchen was adapted for a room, and the only room was divided into two more zones - a nursery and a hall.
In 2017, the region approved a program according to which a large mother living in the Sakhalin Region, raising four or more children, including adopted children, each of whom was born in the Russian Federation and living in a family, the region allocates funds for the purchase of housing.
This phrase, as it turns out later, can be interpreted in different ways. The first option is if at least four women out of all children are born in Russia. That is, if there are five or ten of them, four should be born here. The second - if absolutely all children, who must be at least four, were born in our country.
By that time, Olga had a fourth child. The woman went to stay with her relatives in Belarus, where the birth took place a month ahead of schedule. As soon as she was discharged from the hospital, Olga issued her daughter at the embassy with all the necessary Russian documents, including citizenship and birth certificate, and immediately returned home.
After a while, she turned to social protection with a question about the funds due to her to buy a home. And I didn't even imagine that the city of Minsk in the papers would become a basis for discrimination and a convenient basis for refusal. Here is what Olga Rosenko said:
Olga Rozenko, resident of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk “We were refused because there is a resolution of the Sakhalin Oblast government, which states that there should be four or more children, each of whom was born on the territory of the Russian Federation. They told me verbally: “Since you have three children, the fourth was born outside the territory, you will not get there. If there is a fifth, come. " It was sometime in early 2017. My fifth daughter was born here, on the territory of the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, I come to social protection and receive such an answer that “you misinterpreted the law: it is necessary that all children were born on the territory of the Russian Federation. And even if you have at least 8 children, it doesn't matter: since one child was not born here, you do not meet the requirements."
The woman applied for a linguistic examination. The linguist studied the decree and came to the conclusion that in order to receive a subsidy, it is enough to have four children, each of whom was born in our country. And the definition of "everyone" refers only to four children, not all at all.
Nevertheless, subsequent letters and visits to the authorities did not yield any results. Here is a list of places where Olga tried to defend her rights: the governor of Sakhalin Oleg Kozhemyako, who, by the way, is now the acting governor in Primorye and is applying for a permanent post; head of the regional government; the prosecutor's office of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk; regional children's ombudsman. Everywhere mothers of five children were refused on the same grounds. Officials wrote the answers like a carbon copy. State Duma deputy Sergei Shargunov became interested in the situation:
- I hope it will be possible to help in the near future. At least, I sent an official request to the head of the Sakhalin Oblast. I urge everyone who is faced with such impudent lawlessness to write to me as a deputy of the State Duma.
- Is this federal law?
- No, this is a local law that operates in the Sakhalin Oblast. The first thing I demanded from the governor to amend the current legislation. Now this stupid word "everyone" should not be there.
Clarify and correct the wording of the resolution must and. about. the head of the Sakhalin region Vera Shcherbinina, who replaced the governor Kozhemyako. Will an official want to restore justice, and not save on citizens? She was widely known for her March statement in the government about the injustice of high island pensions for those retirees who leave for the mainland. Not to Belarus. And just to another Russian region.