moscow - The Russian House of Commons agreed on Friday a controversial plan to rebuild residents of Moscow massively. Despite protracted protests outside the Duma, the parliamentarians scarred the plan.
The authorities in the Russian capital want to demolish obsolete Soviet-style buildings. The residents must move to new building. Many Moscow people are not waiting for the forced move and oppose plans that affect over one million people.
A few hundred Muslim people gathered on Friday according to radio transmitter Echo Moskvi outside the Duma to protest against the plans. The police conducted several people. Angry residents of the apartments also made their dissatisfaction clear last month. Then thousands of people went up the street in the Russian capital. The housing plan must be finally approved by parliament at a later stage, but it is seen as a formality.