Russia's human rights commissioner hotline flooded with calls
MOSCOW, July 13 (RAPSI) — Russia's human rights commissioner hotline received more than 7,000 calls since the start of the year.
Most of all, people are interested in updates on their complaints and feedback, according to Tatyana Moskalkova.
They also frequently call to ask about their labor rights, to complain against court decisions, to touch upon housing and land disputes issues.
A significant proportion of calls concerns health protection issues, Moskalkova says, stressing that her office responds immediately, the staff provides answers and recommendations to all those who call.