What will change in Russian legislation in November
In November in Russia comes into effect a lot of regulations, concerning various spheres of life. Chief among them is the review of RBC.
Innovation associated with the entry into force of the Federal laws, government regulations, and departmental orders. They relate to communication, transport and financial law.
From November 1, the owners of information-telecommunication networks and information resources (including sites, pages, computer programs, including anonymizers and VPN services) may not provide access to information resources, limited in Russia. The operators of search engines would be obliged to stop providing links to the blocked information resources.
From November 1, 2017, introduce a new port fee “investment” levied for the construction and reconstruction of objects of infrastructure of sea port, referring to Federal property.
Also from 1 November, the Ministry of transportation receives the authority to approve the list of infrastructure objects of a seaport; also sets out the procedure for the establishment of a seaport (the term “cargo” is replaced by the law on ports turnover “creation of a seaport”).
November 5, come into force changes in the rules of carriage relating to baggage and hand Luggage.
Under the new rules, the free baggage allowance for hand baggage set by the carrier, may not be less than 5 kg per passenger.
As hand Luggage in excess of, without additional charge, the passenger is entitled to carry: backpack (the weight and the dimensions of which are established by rules of the carrier), purse or briefcase, a bouquet of flowers, outerwear, suit holdall, baby food for feeding of the child during the flight, a device for the movement or transportation of the child (if it can be safely place in the cabin of the aircraft on the shelf above the passenger seat or under the seat in front passenger seat), medications, special dietary requirements needed during the flight, crutches, canes, walkers, rollator, foldable wheelchair used by the passenger (if it has dimensions to allow you to safely place it in the aircraft cabin on the shelf above the passenger seat or under the seat in front passenger seats), goods purchased in duty free.