Onlookers always obstruct the work of helpers in traffic accidents. They often make uninhibited photos or videos and play with the lives of the victims. Therefore, the Federal Council demands harsher punishments against "gazers".
As early as 2016, the committee had passed a bill to this end. After the Bundestag did not take up the issue until the end of the last legislative period, in early 2018, the Länder again introduced a corresponding bill into the Bundestag (BR-Drs. 41/18 (B)). So far he has not been treated. With a resolution passed on 17 May 2019, the countries are now trying to get things moving. In it, they call on the Bundestag to deal with the bill without delay and to close the criminal liability loop.
In April 2018, the Federal Government commented on the bill of the Federal Council and declared that it would support the project. At the same time, she pointed out that she is already examining how the issue can best be technically implemented.
The resolution will now be forwarded to the Bundestag and the Federal Government, which will decide whether to address the concerns of the countries. Fixed deadlines do not exist for this.
The article "Bundesrat calls for heavier penalties against" Gaffer "" was added to the category News by Ralf Loweg on 17.05.2019Traffic accidents, Security, Politics, Bugeld, News,published.
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