Kazakhstan will humanize its Administrative Code. This was announced by the Minister of Justice Marat Beketayev during the extended board meeting at “Kazmedia Center”.

“Currently, the Ministry jointly with interested state bodies, non-governmental organizations, as well as NCE “Atameken” developed a draft Law “On introducing amendments and additions to the Code of Administrative Offences”. A key leitmotif of this bill is the humanization of the Code,” – Beketayev said.

According to him, the bill proposes, firstly – to reduce the amount of penalties for more than 150 administrative offences. Secondly – to increase the number of articles where sanctions involve administrative penalties in the form of a warning. Third – to introduce a time saving paperwork process, that will allow paying 50 percent of a fine in a 7 day period to officials and legal entities, as well as sanctions which involve warnings along with fines.  Fourth – it is proposed to establish that in some cases, where mitigating circumstances are in effect, the fine will be reduced to 30 percent.  Fifth – to promote entrepreneurship, the bill proposes the possibility of early renewal of the permit or license in cases where violations which led to suspension are eliminated.

KAZINFORM

Published: 10 February 2017

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