In the state Duma proposed to increase the penalty for violation of silence to 100 thousand rubles
Deputies from LDPR Igor Lebedev, Yaroslav Nilov, and Vladimir Sysoev was submitted to the State Duma a bill that proposes to impose a fine up to 100 thousand rubles for violation of silence in the evening and at night.
The corresponding document was published in electronic database of draft laws.
The authors of the bill propose to amend the Code of administrative offences establishing liability for infringement of rest of citizens and silence at night.
So the bill proposes to introduce a penalty for acts which violate the peace of the Russians from 22:00 to 07:00 in residential buildings, hotels and social facilities
A fine will be imposed for the carrying out noisy construction, repair, loading-unloading and other works.
The document proposes to fine violators of peace, during the week and on weekends and holidays. For such actions it is proposed to introduce fines of from one thousand to three thousand rubles for individuals, from ten thousand rubles to 20 thousand rubles for officials and from 50 thousand rubles to 100 thousand rubles — for legal.
Under the category of this violation does not include work associated with the liquidation of consequences of accidents, natural disasters and other emergencies, as well as actions related to the Commission of worship and other religious rites, and the holding of cultural events.
The authors of the bill point out that their initiative is relevant in connection with the restoration programme in Moscow.
The document notes that due to the large scale and significant program dates, and also due to the “surgical” demolition, “the probability of violation of rest of citizens and silence at night is extremely big.” The authors stressed the need to take action at the Federal level to prevent disturbance of citizens at night.
The authors noted that the renovation will involve not only those who will move into the new houses, but residents who live near the houses for demolition. The document says that to control the observance of the norms of silence will be “interested” structure. “The experience of the activities of the Department of transport and its subordinate agencies to ensure road safety convincingly demonstrates the priority of “commercial” interest of the controlling entities to ensure the rights of citizens”, — the document says.
In 2015, the city Duma adopted the bill “About observance of rest of citizens and silence at night”, which prohibits disturbing the peace in residential buildings from 19:00 to 9:00 and 13:00 to 15:00. The penalty for violating the ban is from one to two thousand rubles for individuals, from four to eight thousand rubles for officials and from 40 thousand to 80 thousand rubles for legal entities.
Just a preliminary list houses for demolition the mayor’s office has included approximately 4.5 million buildings in the 85 districts and six settlements of the capital. But then, on may 12, the city government has excluded 15 buildings.