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MP in Khabarovsk proposed to raise fines for telephone terrorism

MP in Khabarovsk proposed to raise fines for telephone terrorism

Petr Emelyanov, a deputy of the Zakuma of the Khabarovsk Territory, proposed increasing fines for telephone terrorism to two million rubles. According to the parliamentarian, this will help reduce the number of reports about the mining of buildings.

In the Far East and Khabarovsk, in particular, “mining” of kindergartens, schools, and shopping centers has begun to occur more and more often, residents are indignant at why the authorities are not taking any measures. A parliamentarian from Khabarovsk suggested hitting the false terrorists with the ruble.

“The reaction to my proposal was very stormy, a discussion arose. Many people think that increasing fines will not help, because the false terrorists are acting from abroad and cannot be found, or because they will go to the wrong people - they will be rude to the students, and their parents will have to answer, and someone offers almost a mortal execution. However, I do not agree with this, ”said Petr Emelyanov, EastRussia.

According to him, according to data from open sources, last year in Russia more than 200 criminal cases involving telephone terrorism were brought, and about 180 people were prosecuted. This shows what the false terrorists find. As for the children, according to the deputy, an increase in the fine will force them to closely monitor the children and better deal with their upbringing.

“This is the first measure, it will be considered by us, it may be toughened, it may not pass. But at least we have to react and do something, because this issue has touched everyone. I hope that this will draw attention to the problem, and it will begin to be resolved, ”the deputy noted.

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