The Supreme court (SC) of Russia proposes to prohibit arrests on a number of economic articles of the Criminal code. On Thursday, November 3, said "the Tape.ru" the press service of the court.
As follows from the draft of the Plenum of the armed forces, the arrests of entrepreneurs can be prohibited including for crimes such as disclosure of information constituting banking, tax or commercial secrets, embezzlement of funds, fraud in business activities, money laundering, market manipulation and unlawful turnover of precious metals.
1 Nov it became known that in the Supreme court of Russia has proposed to decriminalize a number of articles of the criminal code, including murder threats, forgery, theft, beatings and non-payment of alimony.
According to the head of the highest court of the country Vyacheslav Lebedev, for the first time a crime can be brought to administrative responsibility, and if a person repeatedly commits a crime to the criminal. According to Lebedev, it is necessary to introduce the concept of criminal wrongdoing, which would have negative consequences in the form of a criminal record.
In addition, the head of the Supreme court noted that the criminal legislation in Russia is changing too often.
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