Khusnullin proposed to reduce the maximum allowable amount of alcohol in the driver's blood

& nbsp; I & nbsp; believe that & nbsp; it is necessary to reduce the number of permissible fractions per mille of alcohol in & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; driving, & nbsp; & mdash; stated to & ldquo; Vedomosti & rdquo; Deputy Prime Minister. & mdash; & nbsp; After all, there is a direct dependence of mortality and & nbsp; accidents on & nbsp; the number of ppm alcohol in & nbsp; blood. The percentage of accidents among & nbsp; those who & nbsp; drank a glass of beer or so is minimal. Those who & nbsp; sat behind & nbsp; a wheel with & nbsp; one ppm of alcohol in & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & mdash; & nbsp; are potential death row. Therefore, these things need to be regulated. ”

The struggle for“ ppm ”was active in the early 2010s.

S & nbsp; 2008 & nbsp; g. in & nbsp; Russia, the norms of the permissible level of alcohol in the & nbsp; blood of a driver (0.3 ppm) and & nbsp; in the & nbsp; exhaled by him & nbsp; air (0.15 ppm), introduced under President Vladimir Putin, were in effect. But & nbsp; in & nbsp; 2009 & nbsp; g. the new president, Dmitry Medvedev, proposed abolishing these norms: “ We & nbsp; we know how they drink with us. First a glass, like you can now. Then two, three, and & nbsp; then & nbsp; & mdash; okay let's go. '' The norm about & nbsp; “ zero ppm '' did not act for too long, despite & nbsp; Medvedev's disagreement.

State Duma deputy from & nbsp; United Russia, head of the movement of motorists “ Freedom of elections '' Vyacheslav Lysakov suggested in & nbsp; 2013 & nbsp; g. a bill on & nbsp; return of the minimum alcohol content (0.16 & nbsp; mg of alcohol in & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; l of exhaled air, 0.35 & nbsp; g of alcohol in & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; l of blood). During the & nbsp; speech in the State Duma in & nbsp; that & nbsp; same & nbsp; year he was supported by Putin & nbsp; & mdash; at that & nbsp; moment, the prime minister, and & nbsp; soon the law was adopted, wrote Kommersant.

The problem of road deaths in this case will be solved by one way – the impossibility of evading responsibility, says the vice president of the National Automobile Union Anton Shparin.

To & nbsp; to & nbsp; the same & nbsp; level in & nbsp; 0.3 ppm, which is in effect now, & nbsp; & mdash; very low, lower than & nbsp; & nbsp; in many European countries, and & nbsp; guarantees only leveling the [consequences] of device errors, says Shaparin: “ Even a little alcohol consumption immediately leads to & nbsp; much higher levels of alcohol concentration in & nbsp; blood. Therefore, the revision of this figure will only play on & nbsp; a new growth of corruption on the & nbsp; road.

Also, as Khusnullin told Vedomosti, a decrease in the unpunished speed limit from 20 km/h to 10 km/h is being discussed.

“ ; When you & nbsp; exceeded the threshold by & nbsp; 10 km/h and & nbsp; you were fined & nbsp; & mdash; this is extremely unpleasant, & nbsp; & mdash; said Khusnullin. & mdash; & nbsp; But & nbsp; as the chairman of the commission on road safety, I should note that & nbsp; we & nbsp; more than 60 & nbsp; 000 people lose in & nbsp; year on & nbsp; roads & raquo ;. speed, no & nbsp; no alcohol & nbsp;, & nbsp; & mdash; noted the Deputy Prime Minister.



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