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A fine for parking on a lawn was proposed to be introduced in Russia

A fine for parking on a lawn was proposed to be introduced in Russia

New fines may appear in the Code of Administrative Offenses of Russia. Legislators propose to punish drivers for parking on the lawn, uncleaned entrances and "auto trash" in the yards.

According to RIA News, the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation has developed a draft article on offenses in the field of improvement. According to the first deputy chairman of the committee, Irina Rukavishnikova, in the first edition of the Administrative Code there was no article about violation of landscaping at all. Now it is proposed to introduce fines for parking vehicles, except for special cars, on playgrounds and playgrounds, lawns, flower beds and other amenities. After a warning, a fine from 1,5 thousand to three thousand rubles may be levied.

Also in Russia can impose a fine from one to three thousand rubles for washing a car in the wrong places and "junk" in the yards. In case of untimely or poor-quality cleaning of the entrance, the legislators propose to fine legal entities - in the amount of 20 to 25 thousand rubles and citizens - from 1,5 thousand to three thousand rubles.

According to Irina Rukavishnikova, regional authorities can easily apply such fines. The seven points that were developed in the project will reflect almost all the needs of regions and municipalities for putting things in order in the field of improvement. 

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