Members of the Parliament offered to determine public places that would be prohibited for children to stay alone, regardless of the time of day.
Places, which are not permitted to be visited by minors without legal representatives or persons engaged in activities involving children, are beer shops, bars and other places intended to sell only alcoholic beverages, according to the bill's mover Tursunbai Bakir uulu.
Public places, which would be limited for children to stay from 10.00 pm to 6.00 am are streets, stadiums, parks, gardens, bus stops, railway or bus stations, airports, except in cases when children are passengers, ponds and surrounding areas, common areas of residential buildings, including children's playgrounds, facilities of legal entities or individual entrepreneurs, which are intended for trade and public catering, entertainment and leisure facilities designed to provide access to Internet.
The prohibiting and restricting rules do not apply to New Year's Eve and the time spent in educational institutions and vocational schools to celebrate graduation.
Failure to comply with these requirements will entail imposition of an administrative fine on citizens from 300 to 500 som ($8), on officials – from 500 to 1,000 ($16), on individual entrepreneurs and legal entities – from 1,000 to 1,500 som ($25).
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