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Nazarbayev calls to arrest those throwing gums on streets for 3 days

11 april 2012, 17:25
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Phoro by Danial Okassov©
Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Phoro by Danial Okassov©
Photo courtesy of liveinternet.ru
Photo courtesy of liveinternet.ru
Nazarbayev is suggesting to imprison people for three days for throwing chewing gums in wrong places. Kazakhstan President made a suggestions to introduce punishments for small crimes during the meeting on further modernization of Astana, Tengrinews.kz reports.

“We cannot close our eyes on small crimes in the city. If they stick the gums in every corner, we have to catch them, record the crimes, take the fingerprints. People have to be warned! Administrative punishments, fines and imprisonment for three days should be introduced. All small criminals have to be caught on the streets and everybody has to know they will be punished. That’s when we have the order and there will be no big crimes,” the President instructed Astana police officers, commenting the fact that crime rate in Astana exceeds those in any other city of the country, whereas the crimes clear-up rate in the capital is the lowest in the country.

Nursultan Nazarbayev reminded the Interior Minister and the management of Astana Interior Department that he instructed to make Astana the safest city at the last-year's meeting. This year the President gave an example of the measures to be taken.

“New York used to be the most criminal city in the U.S. The new mayor and the new police head started with the small crimes, started with those who don’t pay for the rides in subway. They arrested 800 such criminals a day. When small crimes stopped, people understood that punishment comes for everything,” the President said.

By Assel Satayeva

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