RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on the distribution of housing subsidies between regions of the far North, in 1995 the State Duma was adopted July 19, 1995 year approved by the Federation Council July 21, 1995 onwards this federal law establishes the allocation of federal funds for the 1995 year, devoted to providing housing subsidies to citizens travelling from the far North in climatically favourable regions. The allocation was based on the criterion of depression and given the number travelling population.
Article 1. Distribute specified in the Federal law on the federal budget for the year 1995 "funds in the amount of 250 billion. rubles (annex 3, the program 8 "housing") only between the regions of the far North.
Article 2. The funds to send to the budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation, on whose territories are areas of the far North. Administrations of corresponding entities of the Russian Federation to send the funds mainly for resettlement of citizens of closed cities, towns and polar stations in accordance with regional programmes for the acquisition and construction of housing in climatically favourable regions.
(millions of dollars) Total appropriations 0.0 250 including: Republic of Karelia 1 500.0 42 0.0 Komi Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 250.0 23 9 hanti 400.0 khabarovskiy Kray 250.0 6 arkhangelskaya oblast 9 0.0 0.0 4 Irkutsk region Kamchatskaya oblast ' 1 750.0 Magadanskaya oblast 25 600.0 500.0 44 Murmansk region, Sakhalin region 17 0.0 Komi-Permyak autonomous Okrug 500.0 Koryak Autonomous Okrug 1 0.0 Nenets Autonomous Okrug 14 300.0 Taimyr (Dolgano-Nenets) car had established an autonomous district Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 850.0 4 17 0.0
Evenk autonomous area 2 0.0 Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug 100.0 26 Article 3. Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation to establish operational control over target use these budget allocations.
Article 4. This federal law shall enter into force on the day of its official publication.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow, the Kremlin July 31, 1995 N 121-FZ