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Hooliganism fines will rise in Russia
In Russia, they will begin to severely punish hooliganism. Corresponding amendments will be included in the new edition of the code on administrative violations, which is now being developed by the government of the Russian Federation.
As reported "Vedomosti", fines for meeting the natural needs in public places and walking dogs of a dangerous breed without muzzles and leashes will increase significantly. For these violations, citizens will have to pay from three to five thousand rubles. Now fines range from 500 to one thousand rubles.
In a separate chapter will be made violations relating to suffrage. In addition, officials will begin to be held accountable for discrimination, and sanctions for insult will appear, which will cost the violator five thousand rubles.