Defenders will prepare initiatives to the State Duma on making changes in Russian law related to migrant workers, said Fins news the Head of the presidential Council on human rights (HRC) Mikhail Fedotov.
The head of the HRC said on the last working day of the week the members of the President of the HRC and the members of the Council for human rights of the Metropolitan region, together with the Moscow region Governor Andrei Vorobyov visited the immigration center in Krasnogorsk.
"the visits and interviews with migrants, representatives of diasporas has identified a range of issues related to the shortcomings in our Federal law. We agreed to work together to develop initiatives to the State Duma by the change in the law related to migrant workers, " said Fedotov.
for its part, the head of the Council of HRC on migration policy Evgeny Bobrov, who will participate in the work on these proposals, said Fins news that certain proposals have already. They relate, for example, the possibility of extending the stay of all foreigners and stateless persons, to prevent violations of the law during the 90-day term.
"The point is to be extended on the spot without going abroad - for the same period. If necessary to change the purpose of entry - also those who have not admitted the violations, " said the oppositionist.
in addition, the head of the Department told about the proposals, relating to the stay in the territory of the Russian Federation of Ukrainian immigrants, these proposals are being discussed at different levels. So, for the Ukrainians who want to obtain citizenship of the Russian Federation as to Russian speakers, it is proposed to abolish the rule by which to obtain citizenship is required the decision of the President of Ukraine to stop their Ukrainian citizenship.
"But Ukraine is not profitable, They are such solutions do not accept. For this reason, more than one year of this legislation, no Ukrainian has not received Russian citizenship, " said beavers. Need to make enough was exactly the treatment renunciation of Ukrainian citizenship, said the oppositionist.
Also discussed the possibility of reducing the length of stay in temporary accommodation centres (TACs) from 60 to 30 days - for those Ukrainians who are able to work