Karelian parliamentarians want to increase fines for breaking silence

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The Karelian Legislative Assembly proposed to increase the fines for violating the peace and quiet of citizens. The press service of the Legislative Assembly of the Republic of Kazakhstan informed about the introduction of the relevant bill.

So, the authors of the bill refer to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the republic. In 2019 – 2020 alone, according to statistics, law enforcement officers drew up almost 6470 protocols on administrative offenses related to violation of silence.

Parliamentarians propose to increase the size of penalties several times: from 1-2 thousand rubles to 2-5 thousand rubles – for citizens, from 3-5 to 6-10 – for officials and from 5-10 to 10-20 thousand rubles – for legal entities. Administrative responsibility is provided for in Karelia for breaking peace and quiet from 22.00 to 7.00. And on weekends and holidays – from 22.00 to 8.00.