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April 16, 2021 09:02 am

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During the summer holidays for schoolchildren over the age of seven, it is planned to hold interactive events as part of the “Let’s Get to Know Moscow” cycle.

On the portal “Active citizen” The voting on the choice of topics for quests has ended. They are planned to be held for schoolchildren over seven years old in the “House on Brestskaya” during the summer holidays. 168,222 people took part in the voting. The majority of votes were cast for the topic “Culture” (19.22 percent). The new quest will be launched as part of the “Let’s Get to Know Moscow” series of events. This was announced by the head Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin

With a small margin behind the leader of the vote, there is the topic “Science” – it was chosen by 18.28 percent of “active citizens”. 16.65 percent of people voted to conduct interactive events on environmental topics. The topic “Space” interested 16.21 percent of the voting participants. The fifth place is taken by the topic “Sport”, which was chosen by 11.95 percent of Muscovites. The “Transport” option got 8.16 percent of the vote.

Almost two thousand “active citizens” have proposed their options. For example, there were ideas to come up with quests for children on a musical theme, as well as history and architecture. 8.98 percent believe that the topics should be chosen by specialists.

The Active Citizen project for online voting on urban development issues appeared in 2014. It is being implemented Department of Information Technologies of the city of Moscowand GKU “New management technologies”. During this time, more than five million people have joined it, of which almost two million will be in 2020. Participants determine which streets, courtyards and park areas need to be improved, how city polyclinics, libraries, multifunctional centers should operate, and also choose events for festivals and celebrations. Since the beginning of the project, Muscovites have taken part in more than 4.9 thousand votes.

Majority decisions are implemented in the city. You can find out what has appeared in Moscow or has changed thanks to the voting on online map… More than 1.6 thousand objects have already been plotted on the diagram. And in the heading “Pulse of the Capital” you can evaluate the changes that have taken place in Moscow. Also, from the end of 2020, “active citizens” have the opportunity to send the points accumulated in the project to charity.

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