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Group of seven liquidators of the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in Stary Oskol have resumed a hunger strike on Tuesday
A group of seven liquidators of the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in Stary Oskol have resumed a hunger strike on Tuesday, demanding overdue compensations, one of the strikers, Alexander Trusov told. The liquidators resumed the strike after they were told that the compensation would be paid to only one of the strikers from the ten million-rouble tranche allocated to the Belgorod region. On Tuesday, one of the participants of the previous strike, Igor Malinovsky, was hospitalised after his condition sharply worsened. A group of protesters whose health failed after Chernobyl clean-up, called a warning strike on October 30, demanding compensations to which they are entitled by law. More than a year ago courts of different levels confirmed their right to the compensations, but court resolutions were never fulfilled. The strikers suspended the strike after being promised that the compensations would be paid in the near future, The Chernobyl liquidators even visited Moscow to meet head of the Russian Committee for Labour Maksim Topilin who assured them that their problem would be solved in the near future. Similar protests were staged in the Belgorod region more than a year ago, when another group of Chernobyl liquidators claimed apartments they were entitled to by law. Their demands were met a month after the protesters called a hunger strike.
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