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A moratorium on fines is asked to be introduced in Russia

A moratorium on fines is asked to be introduced in Russia
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Social activists asked the head of the Russian government to temporarily stop collecting fines and blocking bank cards. The Public Chamber, together with the Institute for the Development of the Legal Society, is asking Mikhail Mishustin to consider the possibility of introducing “fines” in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the RIA News, it is proposed to suspend the blocking of bank cards for 2 months and automatically deduct funds from them to pay fines. Also, social activists offer to allow the payment of fines imposed after March 20, later, after the end of the moratorium.

The authors of the initiative want to speed up the mechanism of unlocking bank cards blocked since March 20, citing the increased actual value of the cards.

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