Over 200 complaints submitted to Russian children’s ombudsman this week
MOSCOW, October 18 (RAPSI) – Russia’s child rights commissioner Anna Kuznetsova received 212 applications this week, her press service told RAPSI on Friday.
According to a representative of the ombudsman’s office, the number of complaints has upped as compared to the last week. Most of them touched violations of housing rights of disabled minors, orphans and families with many children.
Many applicants were concerned about education of minors, prevention of crimes and offenses among children, and determination of children’s place of living after the divorce of their parents, the statement reads.
The office of the child rights commissioner sent about 40 petitions to various authorized bodies in order to protect the rights of minors and their families as a result.