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Fish protection zones want to be abolished in Russia

Fish protection zones want to be abolished in Russia
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Federal authorities want to abolish fish protection zones by new law. According to experts, in order to preserve flora and fauna, it is enough to leave only water protection zones.

In February next year, a law on the abolition of the fish protection zones of Russia will be submitted to the State Duma for consideration. According to information "Izvestia", developers from the Ministry of Agriculture are thus planning to implement the principle of "regulatory guillotine" - the abolition of excessive legislative regulation. In particular, it is assumed that the abolition of such a concept will allow entrepreneurs not to comply with duplicate laws.

Meanwhile, several Duma factions have already criticized the document under development, noting that the fish protection and water protection zones are different concepts. So, with the abolition of one of them, the number of valuable fish species may be reduced.

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