Unfortunately, cases when citizens are faced with violation of their rights are quite frequent. Even the administrations of settlements, whose heads declare vigilant concern for the well-being of residents, often issue decrees and other normative acts that contradict the existing norms of the law and violate the constitutional rights of citizens. If you think that your rights have been violated, then you can act in several ways at the same time to cancel the decision of the administration.
Apply with an oral, or better with a written, appeal to your deputy, who represents you as a voter, in the City Duma. It is good if this appeal is formalized as a collective letter or complaint. Having considered your appeal, the deputy is obliged to give you an answer, and if your claims are recognized as fair, the City Duma may consider this issue and appeal to the head of administration with a demand to cancel the resolution.
If the decree affects the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens and organizations, you can file a claim in court. According to Article 25 of the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation, cases on challenging regulatory legal acts approved by state authorities of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation can be considered by the Supreme Court of the republic, the regional, regional court or, if a city of federal significance, then the city court.
To defend your interests, file a complaint with the prosecutor's office addressed to the city's chief prosecutor. On his order, a check will be carried out on the issue you specified. The prosecutor's office will determine which regulations were violated by this decree and, if such facts are found, will demand to cancel the administration's decree as illegal. The prosecutor's submission must be considered by the head of the administration, who, by his decision, will repeal the normative act that violates your rights.