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Drunk crime grew up in Yakutia on a quarantine weekend

Drunk crime grew up in Yakutia on a quarantine weekend
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In Yakutia, with the advent of the quarantine weekend, drunken crime sharply increased. According to the head of the republic Aisen Nikolaev, there are already human casualties. For this reason, they introduced restrictions on the sale of alcohol.

The head of Yakutia expressed the hope that entrepreneurs will comply with these and other restrictions imposed due to coronavirus. Violation of these rules will now be assessed as criminal negligence. This was announced on the eve of the president.

“I’m sure that law enforcement and supervisory authorities on structures that violate the rules of work or conduct illegal trade, like bootleggers, will take tough measures,” said Aisen Nikolaev.

Since March 30, in the territories of Yakutsk and Zhatay, as well as the Neryungrinsky and Mirny districts, full isolation mode... The sale of alcohol was also banned there. The restriction will be valid until April 6.

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