In Penza construction investors claim that authorities try to intimidate people participating in rallies
Penza, 10 March 2018. PenzaNews. Construction investors of JSC Penzastroy, who joined the so-called Homeless Regiment, consider the information about the installation of CCTV cameras near the former Rodina cinema on the eve of the rally on March 11 that appeared in some mass media as an attempt of the authorities to intimidate people demanding from officials a report on the work conducted.
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The information that the upcoming event will be recorded by CCTV cameras and "each person participating in the rally" will be known, as a result of which the construction investors attending the rally "will have neither a good job nor an opportunity to study", appeared on the website of the Internet medium owned by pensioner Alexander Tuzov, who lives at the expense of his wife, a civil servant, and has recently – after financial difficulties had broken out – dramatically changed an attitude towards regional officials to a positive one.
"It follows from his posts that the authorities have stepped onto their favourite way – they want to intimidate us, make hints about troubles at work that may arise and so on. The Homeless Regiment considers such acts as the terror of the authorities against their voters. It is a shame!" the statement posted on the group Penzastroy, Dostroy on the social network VKontakte reads.
It is added that instead of solving the issue of the construction investors who invested their money in new housing but still did not receive the promised apartments the officials make efforts to create additional difficulties.
"They are trying to intimidate us. But we have nothing to fear and nowhere to retreat because the truth and the apartments are ours. Let the officials who are afraid of facing people's issues on the eve of the presidential elections feel ashamed," the text states.
As it was reported before, the fifth rally of construction investors will be held in Penza on the coming Sunday, March 11, at 14.00.