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Tuesday, March 28, 2023

A destitute waif from Kovrov was unable to secure appropriate lodgings.

Sadly, it’s a common story for the 33rd Area, when orphans aren’t given the housing required by law and are forced to turn to the district attorney for help.

So it happened with a 21-year-old girl from gunsmith town. She, tired of waiting, turned to the supervisory authority. Prosecutors found that the girl had been without parents since childhood – she had been deprived of her rights.

In 2020, the girl became an adult, so the authorities, by law, had to give her an apartment. They should, but they didn’t.

As a result, the prosecutor filed a lawsuit demanding that the girl be housed. Themis sided with the district attorney’s office and the orphan. Fortunately, the young Kovrovite now has her own accommodation.

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