Sport • 18 December, 2019

Anti-doping law comes into force in Kazakhstan

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The President of the Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev signed the bill "On amendments and additions to some legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on physical culture and sports", press service of the Committee for sports and physical culture reports.

The bill provides for measures to toughen responsibility for the use, appointment and distribution of prohibited drugs and substances.

In particular, the introduction of administrative liability in respect of persons who prescribed doping to an athlete, which provides for punishment in the form of a fine in the amount of 200 monthly calculation indices.

Also, the draft Law provides for the use of doping:

- disqualification;

- cancellation of the sports result and the removal of qualifying points or points to the athlete;

- return of monetary incentives;

- termination of payment of lifelong monthly material support to athletes and coaches;

- termination of monthly monetary support to athletes, coaches and heads of club teams;

- deprivation of sports title;

- termination of the contract of use of housing with the champion and the prize-winner of the Olympic, Paralympic and Deaflympic games;

- exclusion of athletes, coaches from the national teams and regular national teams of the Republic of Kazakhstan in sports.

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