MPs opposed the increase in fines


3 Feb 2020

The State Duma criticized the draft of the new Code of Administrative Offenses and considered it contrary to the goals of the country’s economic policy

The head of the State Duma committee on state building and legislation, Pavel Krasheninnikov, criticized the draft of the new Code of Administrative Offenses, reports TASS. The parliamentarian stressed that the proposal of the Ministry of Justice to increase fines for violation of the rules of the road causes “bewilderment”.

According to Krashennikov, the project does not meet the objectives of Russia’s economic policy and contradicts the guidelines of the message of President Vladimir Putin to the Federal Assembly. He emphasized that such innovations “strengthen repressive mechanisms.”

“In general, the presented draft resembles the draft Code of Administrative Offenses rejected by the State Duma at the beginning of the current convocation,” Krasheninnikov added.

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