Moskalkova wished in the new year the development of civil society in Russia

Moskalkova wished in the new year the development of civil society in Russia© RIA Novosti. Vladimir Fedorenkova the image Bank

The Commissioner for human rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova in his new year greetings wished Russia to develop civil society, which is based on the rights and freedoms of Russian citizens.

«The most important wish is that the upcoming 2017 was even better, even better than the outgoing year, to bring into our homes, our families joy, love and prosperity, to strengthen and prosper our country! To develop our civil society, based on our rights — the rights and freedoms of citizens of Russia!» — Moskalkova wrote in his microblog on Twitter.

«Not to hurt the children and parents that luck was always on our side! Happy New year and new happiness, dear friends!», — the report of the Ombudsman.

 

Very little is left before the moment when the 2016 will go of the past and instead of him comes a new, 2017. How many of these changes in our lives, but still, each new year are new expectations, new discoveries, new perspectives. No wonder they say: as the New year meet, so spend it. So with all my heart I wish you to new year’s eve you have had a good, joyful mood to your table was plentiful, generous and hospitable. And to meet you in the New year together with dearest and loved ones with your family and good friends. Let will come true all the desires that we traditionally make under the chiming clock! The most important wish is that the upcoming 2017 year was even better, even better than the outgoing year, to bring into our homes, our families joy, love and prosperity, to strengthen and prosper our country! To develop our civil society, based on our rights – the rights and freedoms of citizens of Russia! Not to hurt children and parents that luck was always on our side! Happy New year and new happiness, friends!

Photo published by Tatyana Moskalkova (@moskalkova.official) Jun 30 2016 10:24 PST

 

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