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Fines for disobedience to security officials increased in Russia

Fines for disobedience to security officials increased in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law to increase fines for disobeying the security forces, including at rallies. At the same time, the liability for violation of the procedure for financing public shares has been increased.

According to "Rossiyskaya Gazeta”, Now the fine for disobedience to a police officer ranges from 500 to one thousand rubles. The new law quadruples these amounts - up to two to four thousand rubles. In addition, the offender can be assigned compulsory work for a period of 40 to 120 hours.

In case of disobedience to the FSB officers, the fine will be four thousand rubles for individuals and 70 thousand rubles for legal entities. Individuals will have to pay the same amount in case of disobedience to state security officers, but legal entities will have to pay less - 40 thousand rubles.

A repeated such violation will cost from ten thousand to 20 thousand rubles, while arrest for 30 days or compulsory work for 200 hours has also been introduced. Officials will receive a punishment of 20-40 thousand rubles, and legal entities - 70-200 thousand rubles

If you violate the procedure for collecting and spending funds for organizing and holding a public event, as well as providing a report on this, then citizens will have to pay a fine of 10-20 thousand rubles. Two more for officials, and for legal entities - 70-200 thousand rubles.


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