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Mishustin opposed the banal increasing fines

For motorists stood the new Prime Minister of Russia Mikhail Mishustin.Alexander Khlynov

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The newly appointed Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin did not support the idea of multiple increase of fines for exceeding the speed limit. He stated that the new draft of the administrative code makes the punishment for traffic violations unaffordable for drivers.

As the main argument of the Prime Minister cited the wages in the country — their size does not contribute to the increase of fines several times.

We will remind that the new draft administrative code provides for an increase of the fine for speeding in the 20-39 km/h from 500 to 3000 rubles. That is 6 times. For driving faster than allowed on 40-59 km/h, the proposed fine of 4,000 rubles instead of the current 1000-1500 rubles (2.66–4 times). For excess of speed on 60 km/h the new administrative offences code provides for a fine of 5000 rubles or disqualification for a term up to 6 months. Meanwhile, the speed limit signs can appear on the road suddenly and without gradual reduction of limit.

The new head of Russian Government pointed to the fact that the choice of fines, the developers of the new Coapa did not consider the financial viability of the population and whether people will be able to pay such fines. This way Mishustin called simple, but undesirable.

  • With the Prime Minister agrees and the head of the Duma Committee on state construction and legislation Pavel Krasheninnikov.

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