MOSCOW, 5 Jan — RIA Novosti. anti-Epidemic measures introduced in Russia, comply with the Constitution and aimed at taking care of the citizens of the country, according to press service justice Ministry.

Previously, Prime Minister Russia Michael Mishustin has instructed the Ministry of justice, the Ministry of health and the CPS to perform together with the Moscow government and expert legal community as the practice of application of normative legal acts, including decrees of the mayor of Moscow, taken to combat the spread of COVID-19, special attention departments should pay for provision, to the greatest extent affect the rights and interests of citizens.

“the result of the study, the Ministry of justice of Russia believes that the measures imposed in the territory of the Russian Federation (including the decrees of the mayor and legal acts of the government of Moscow), adopted within the competence of the relevant authorities will definitely meet the constitutional objectives of protection of life and health of citizens proportionate to the threat of the epidemic in the Russian Federation”, — stated in the message.

it is Noted that the analysis of documents confirmed that the measures taken depend on the degree of threat in the territory of each region and are accompanied by a full-scale state support to the most vulnerable sectors of the economy, material support to broad categories of citizens.

“It confirms that the introduction of urgent measures meet the requirements of proportionality and reasonableness of restrictions on rights and freedoms,” — noted in the Ministry of justice.

the Ministry stressed that these measures are only temporary and are regularly reviewed for compliance with the current situation.

“the Gradual easing of restrictions in connection with the improvement of the epidemiological situation confirm that the purpose of these measures was the protection of human health, not arbitrary interference with their privacy. The complex adopted in the Russian Federation measures corresponds to world experience” — say in the Ministry of justice.

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