Government tightens prosecute tax offenses
The government has approved stricter penalties for tax evasion and the possibility of unattached suspected of corruption under certain conditions.
The bill amending the Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure provides stricter penalties for evading taxes, fees and other mandatory payments. For the offense committed on a large scale from eight years to ten years for offenses committed in a large range of ten years to twelve years. Crimes will also be preparing for this crime. "The tightening of rates of crime propose tax evasion in connection with the affair with spirit," he said in connection with the adjustment Justice Minister Pavel Blazek.
The proposal, which the government today approved also introduces the Institute unattached suspect for the fulfillment of legal conditions for the relevant corruption offenses. "The government approved an amendment to the Criminal Law, which allows unattached suspected of corruption. He who promised or given a bribe because he was asked about it, if in a short time the offense report and will work, it may be decided not prosecuted, "said Minister Blazek design.
The suspect will be prosecuted by the promise of a bribe, which is also a criminal offense. This promise will be able to take it back. The unattached decide the prosecutor and the decision will be reviewed. According to Paul Blazek of measures in the fight against corruption, which is designed to motivate offenders to witness the offense of bribery. "When an offender is afraid of his punishment will never testify that promised or given a bribe," he added.
Following the implementation of the European Parliament proposal below:
- affects participation in pornographic performances, in which the child acts and deliberate obtaining access to child pornography through ICT
- specifies the offense of human trafficking,
- supplements the offense of denial, questioning, approval and justification of genocide, which is punishable war crimes, crimes against peace and other crimes against humanity.
Source: Office of the Government
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