Moscow infectious disease specialist was fined 5 thousand rubles for a trip to work
A doctor in one of Moscow hospitals was fined for going to work with an expired pass.
Ilya Svetikov, head of the Kurkino municipality (Moscow North-West Administrative District), municipal council deputy, turned on his blog to Sobyanin for an amazing reason:
“The mayor of Moscow.
Sergey Semenovich, it so happened that my wife Anastasia, a general practitioner, an employee of the federal medical center, headed the infectious diseases department all May, was in the red zone and saved people's lives with wonderful colleagues. You entered the access regime and she had a pass issued, allowing her to come to work and treat people until 04.05. The “high preparedness / self-isolation” mode was repeatedly extended, as well as work passes, but this time the pass did not last, no notice of termination was received, and your wife received a fine of 5,000 rubles from you on a trip to work on May 5.
We thought with my wife, well, it happens, especially since your subordinates announced that each case appealed would be examined individually. They made a complaint, explained the situation, attached documents from work confirming her employment at this time. Today we received a letter. Considered individually. Allegedly, we argued only that we had a pass, but it turned out to be invalid, although we didn’t give such arguments, they cited other legal and universal ones. They refused, they recommend going to court.
What I want to say to you, the mayor of Moscow. I understand everything, I’ve been leading the Kurkino municipality for 7 years now, and I’d like to once again enter your position, understand, but at least kill, it doesn’t work. Probably, everything has already accumulated. For this process, organized by you and executed by your subordinates, my family puts you not even badly. Count Of course, we will go to court, and we will now challenge the very right of the authorities to take fines from cameras under this article.
PS fines are the first thing my wife received from the authorities for her work. Significant
I wish you success".
It is clear that these kinds of “mistakes” have already become the norm. Here is the testimony of another Muscovite, Igor Glek, on the same topic:
“The topic suddenly became close to me, insofar as he himself came from where the fine came from, supposedly for violation of self-isolation during the illness - but it’s bad that on the day that the surveillance camera allegedly recorded me, he also definitely didn’t go out in another area from home, and the passport number is clearly not mine ... Something is not right, in the Danish kingdom ... It’s not even fitting in my head somehow: we fly into space, but we make normal video cameras...”