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The State Duma proposes to abolish fines for drivers
Deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation suggest abolishing fines to drivers if they have not been published on the Gosuslugi portal. This applies only to those offenses that recorded camera photo and video recording. Motorists complain that they often receive “letters of happiness” from the traffic police with a long delay and are deprived of the opportunity to take advantage of the privilege when paying for them.
As the RIA News, State Duma deputies introduced a bill in the lower house of parliament. He assumes that motorists will be exempted from administrative responsibility if information about it will not be published on the state services portal in the personal account of the person involved within 10 days.
When proposing a new law, deputies rely on statistics on complaints. There were cases when drivers found out about fines after a year or even two from the moment of the offense. During this time, the case of non-payment has already been submitted to the bailiffs.