United Russia goes undercover at Isetsky orphanage
In cooperation with the Aistenok public organization, the United Russia group has been working for more than 10 years to protect children from the unnamed orphanage, which allegedly engages in abusive practices, Oblastnaya Gazeta reports.
Much credit behind the operation has been given to Larissa Lazarev, the head of United Russia, an unofficial political party which has been gaining in numbers over the last decade.
"Larissa Lazarev, the permanent head of the organization does not have a party card 'United Russia,' but it does not matter," supporter Sergei Melekhin said, according to Oblastnaya Gazeta. "Not every hundred party members, taken together, will do more than this amazing person and her colleagues. Help [from] 'Aistenok' [has occurred] for many years - ever since the post of secretary of the local branch held the present deputy regional Legislative Assembly Anatoly Nikiforov. He still does not forget about their wards."
As a result of the "Strong Family" program, Yekaterinburg's Isetsky district deputy head Igor Rubstov has agreed to work to help strengthen the institution of family in the Sverdlovsk region, Oblastnaya Gazeta reports.
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