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Metropolitan Police Were Allowed To Fine Drivers For & Nbsp; Violation Of Self-isolation

Metropolitan Police Were Allowed To Fine Drivers For & Nbsp; Violation Of Self-isolation
Metropolitan Police Were Allowed To Fine Drivers For & Nbsp; Violation Of Self-isolation

Video: Metropolitan Police Were Allowed To Fine Drivers For & Nbsp; Violation Of Self-isolation

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Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin approved an agreement between the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Moscow government that will allow Moscow police officers to fine drivers for violating the high alert regime (including self-isolation), which has been in effect in the capital since March 30. The document was published on the official portal of legal information.

  • For non-compliance with the high alert regime, drivers face a punishment of 5,000 rubles, and the cars of violators will be sent to the impound parking lots. Ordinary citizens can be fined 4,000 rubles. Repeated violation - another 5,000 rubles.
  • For what exactly drivers can be fined - it is not yet clear. The law, which amends the Moscow Administrative Offenses Code (signed by Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin on April 2), uses a rather vague wording of a violation for which a new fine is threatened: on the territory of the city of Moscow, including the failure to ensure the regime of self-isolation … ". The list of acts and their wording have not yet been specified.
  • Most likely, specific acts regulating the rules for the movement of citizens during the regime of self-isolation will appear later, and the adoption of a law with new fines is a preventive measure. Now real responsibility is provided only for violation of the quarantine regime.

  • According to the Moscow Department of Transport, on April 8, the capital's roads became 80% freer than on March 18. Compared to April 8, 2019, today the total number of personal vehicles has decreased by 59%, carsharing is used less often by 61%, and taxi services - by 57%.

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