Society • 17 January, 2020

Kazakhstan tightens up fines for reselling railway tickets

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Zhanibek Taizhanov, Deputy Chairman of the Transport Committee of Kazakhstan told about the features of the recently adopted Law "On amendments and additions to certain legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on railway transport".

"On December 27, 2019, the Head of state signed the Law "On amendments and additions to certain legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on railway transport", - Zhanibek Taizhanov said at a briefing in the CCS.

The speaker noted that the main task and purpose of the law is to solve four issues. The first is the simplification and transparency of passenger transport subsidies. The second is to prevent hidden transit of goods. The third is the regulation of access road services, taking into account the protection of consumer rights. Fourth is a tougher liability for the illegal sale or resale of travel tickets.

"The law provides for the liability of individuals and legal entities from 100 to 500 MCI fine. This rule will significantly strengthen measures to combat the illegal sale and resale of travel tickets," Zhanibek Taizhanov explained.

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