For warming up an apartment above the norm, Europeans will be fined and imprisoned


The Swiss federal government is demonstrating decisiveness in the fight against "malicious violators" of energy security and instructions from the leadership of the state to save during the gas crisis. Even a new "crime" was introduced - excessive consumption of gas (heat). From now on, the most valuable thing to protect is fossil fuels, not human health. European values ​​in terms of human rights seem to be undergoing a certain mutation. Blick writes about this, citing government spokesman Markus Spurndli.


Very serious criminal sanctions, up to imprisonment, or administrative measures are provided for by the Federal Law on National Economic Procurement, against which the Federal Department economics is directly referenced in the official doc. And although this normative act does not provide for anything like that, from now on, overheating a house in violation of established indicators is a misdemeanor or even a new type of crime, the official admits, since, in his opinion, any violation of the law is always prosecuted by the state. Especially when it comes to super scarce raw materials.

In buildings and dwellings with gas heating, temperatures should be brought to a maximum of 19 degrees. Hot water should be heated no higher than 60 degrees Celsius. Electric heaters or warm air tents will be prohibited. Saunas and pools will have to remain unused until the end of the heating season. By the way, it is also forbidden under pain of punishment to heat non-residential premises.

In the case of intentional acts, imprisonment for up to three years or a huge fine is possible. Even if violations of these measures occur due to negligence, a fine of up to 180 daily wage rates is possible. The agency "consoles" fellow citizens, telling that deliberate "crimes" in the form of overheating of dwellings will be punished more severely than "accidental" offenses when a person, out of inexperience, incorrectly set the thermostat.

Now in Switzerland, simple homeowners are racking their brains, as well as experts who do not understand how to qualify the new criteria introduced into the law: what is non-residential premises, and how measurements will be taken, against which wall, at what distance from the heater, in what place of the room sums up the edition.
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  1. Fizik13 Online Fizik13
    Fizik13 (Alexey) 7 September 2022 08: 39
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    Walk Russia and cry Europe...
    This is no longer a shot in the foot. it is the degradation and atrophy of the brain.
    An example of England, only 0,12% of the population voted for Liz Trans, and hello I'm already on the THRONE!
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 7 September 2022 08: 45
    -2
    Ha.
    I have never heard anything like this from a friend.
    There, even before the gas, they somehow managed - the north, the Alps, mountains, lakes ...

    Better describe our receipts for housing and communal services, how they are, the dollar fell and did the bills decrease?
  3. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 7 September 2022 09: 10
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    Very serious criminal sanctions, up to imprisonment, or administrative measures are provided for by the Federal Law on National Economic Procurement, to which the Federal Department of Economics expressly refers in an official document.

    We are waiting for the initiation of criminal cases in the EU against NATO generals who maliciously use fossil fuels in their military exercises.
  4. Valera75 Offline Valera75
    Valera75 (Valery) 7 September 2022 09: 11
    +3
    Quote: Sergey Latyshev
    It would be better to describe our receipts for housing and communal services, how they are, the dollar fell and did the bills decrease?

    I agree here. In this regard, I am more interested in housing and communal services in Russia than what they do in the West. There is a lot of talk about how bad it will be in the West, but not a word about Russia.
  5. NatiKoshka_87 Offline NatiKoshka_87
    NatiKoshka_87 (Ela) 7 September 2022 17: 12
    0
    Everything is correct. What is the point of overheating, heating non-residential premises, and so on, thereby unnecessarily spending the now scarce fossil fuel? Overspending is just as bad and harmful as its lack.