The constitutional court will examine the legality of fines for improper Parking in Moscow and St. Petersburg
The constitutional court took into consideration the complaint of the deputies of the state Duma on increased fines for improper Parking in Moscow and St. Petersburg. This was reported in the press service of the court."The court accepted the request of the group of deputies of the state Duma of the Russian Federation about the verification of constitutionality of sections 5 and 7 of article 12.16, part 1 of article 12.17, parts 5 and 6 of article 12.19 and part 2 of article 12.28 code of the Russian Federation on administrative offences", - said the press service.As the judge-Rapporteur will perform Michael Cleangrow, the meeting date was not set yet.Recall that in November last year a group of state Duma deputies from the faction of the liberal democratic party sent to the constitutional court a request to check the legality of increased fines for improper Parking in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Grounds for appeal to the constitutional court was introduced in 2011, changes to the administrative code, which establishes enhanced penalties for certain traffic violations, if they are committed in the cities of Federal importance Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.In particular, parliamentarians are asked to verify whether the basic law of the country parts 5 and 7 of article 12.16 of the administrative code ("Stop the car under a prohibitory sign, and violation of rules of transportation of freight transport"), part 1.2 of article 12.17 (Motion on the selected strip"), part 5.6 article 12.9 ("Violation of Parking rules") and paragraph 2 of article 12.28 ("Violation of rules of a stop within the residential construction").Note that the liberal democratic party has long sought to challenge increased fines for Moscow and St. Petersburg.