on the photo: the view of Matveevka village

The member of the civil group of the residents of Matveevka, a village in suburb of Moscow, Svetlana Chernysheva said Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, that 05 June 2011 the residents of Matveevka at the general assembly unanimously decided to establish the local self-government within their village. Svetlana Chernysheva stressed, that through the formation of local self-government the residents will achieve the freedom from corruption in Matveevka.  
June 7, 2011 Matveevka residents notified officially about the decision Leonid Kovalevsky, a head of the administration of Domodedovo district.
As Svetlana Chernysheva stressed that only through democracy people may get civil control over the authorities and thereby eliminating corruption, for example there is no any corruption already in Matveevka.
Svetlana Chernysheva added, that  bodies of the local self-government are planned to establish  on the democratic path. The supreme governing body of the village Matveevka will become general assembly of the residents, which will have the right  to elect an administrative authority and a chairman. According to residents’ reports, the establishment of local self-government is aimed to the development of the village and its infrastructure; also it was decided to create independent mass-media.
As the residents reported, they decided to create the local self-government after the positive resolution concerning the situation with the construction of the item tolls on the 52nd km of highway M4 "DON" (The Highway of Olympic Games 2014).
Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights supports the civil initiative and will provide the appropriate protection of the residents’ initiative during the establishment of local self-government.



Robert Kaminsky – a mayor of Svobodny had been under four falsified criminal cases. The mayor had been removed from office. He restored all his rights now;
Evgeny Tkachuk from Mytischi had been under falsified criminal case, He restored rights now;
Tamara Buylova – an entrepreneur from St. Petersburg had suffered extortion of bribes, her business had been under corruption pressure. She restored her rights. Her business is developing now;
Marat Musin – a businessman from Salavat his business had been under corruption pressure. He restored rights. His business is developing now;
Andrei Kuz'min – a businessman from Kazan his business had been under corruption pressure in Arbitrage. He restored rights.
Tatiana Vdovina from Saransk Her son was had been killed by youth group in Night club. Only one murderer was sentenced to 15 days of arrest. The sentence was quashed.
Boris Barelyuk – an entrepreneur from Moscow his business had been under corruption pressure. He restored rights. His business is developing now;