Noise to become punishable in Georgia
11 March, 2016
Noise to become punishable in Georgia
The Parliament's human rights committee approved the bill, according to which, noise becomes punishable in Georgia.

Changes are made to the Administrative Code, according to which, the noise of an individual person will be fined 150 lari, while the legal entity - 1, 000GEL. In case of a repetition of noise within a year the fine will be doubled.

The legislative proposal was initiated by the MP Tedo Kobakhidze. As Kobakhidze, Chairman of the Human Rights Committee, said after the meeting, he
hopes that the bill will be adopted at the spring session and noise will become punishable all over the country from September 1.

“The Parliament's human rights committee discussed my proposal, which refers to the noisy behavior at night as well as during the day being punishable. At the session, the only proposal from the legislators was that a person or a legal entity should be warned instead of fined, if the law is breached for the first time and I agreed with that,” Tedo Kobakhidze said.

The Interior Ministry's police department will be responsible for execution of the law.
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