A new punitive “know-how” unexpectedly hatched in Tatarstan. The local State Council decided that it was time to once again redraw the Code of Administrative Offenses in terms of penalties for drivers. And he sent for consideration to the council of legislators of the State Duma a proposal to “strengthen the measure of responsibility for the repeated violation of the rules of overtaking and speed limits.”
We are talking about amendments to Art. 12.9 of the Code of Administrative Offenses, punishing for speeding and Art. 12.15 of the Code of Administrative Offenses, which regulates penalties for violation of the rules of overtaking and passing. And most importantly: the Tatar lawmakers intend to “file” Art. 28.6 of the Code of Administrative Offenses, which prescribes the imposition of an administrative penalty without drawing up a protocol – on the basis of only “photos” from the police camera.
The initiators of the amendments do not like the fact that the protocol, on the basis of which a person can be deprived of a WU, is supposed to be drawn up exclusively by a living traffic police inspector. We are talking about such violations as driving into the oncoming lane where it is prohibited and exceeding the speed limit over 60 km / h. If this happens in front of the traffic police inspector, he draws up the sinning driver in court, where he is threatened with deprivation of “rights”.