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Chinese-style road crossing encounters Chinese-style punishment

(People's Daily Online)

08:02, October 31, 2012

(Photo/eastday.com)

From Oct. 23, 2012, Shijiazhuang people who run the red light, or ignore the white lines, or jump guardrails when crossing the road will be fined by 50 yuan or less as punishment. Director of Shijiazhuang Traffic Administration said that the first three persons who run the red light in a crowd at grand junctions shall be penalized and all people shall be punished in case of small intersections.

Although how to punish people breaking law rules in terms of crossing roads is clarified by law and stipulated by different regional penalty, equality principle shall not be converted, thus each and any person who run the red light shall be punished equally.

Shijiazhuang penalty measures forget the principle of equality, which certainly will impact on legal just and punishment effect.


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Source:EASTDAY.COM, author: Jiang Debin.
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