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Various Fines being imposed?
#1
There are various rumours, but does anyone have any idea of fines that are actually being imposed /  how much and for what?
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Came recently across an article @ Diario de Fuerteventura:


Breaking the state of alarm: from a fine of 100 to 600,000 euros to prison terms

Failure to comply with the measures included in the decree that declares the state of alarm in the face of the health crisis caused by the Coronavirus can lead to citizens from fines of 100 euros to three months in prison for a crime of disobedience and four years for attack on authority.

The list of sanctions handled by State security forces and bodies and to which Efe has had access rests on four standards: the Citizen Security Law, known as the 'gag law'; that of public health, that of civil protection and the Penal Code.

Those who fail to comply with the established measures may face, for example, penalties of between 100 and 600 euros for removing a fence or seal, up to 30,000 euros for refusing to identify themselves to an agent or up to 60,000 for conduct that seriously jeopardizes health of the population.

The crime of disobedience to law enforcement officers or private security personnel is punishable by one to three months in prison. The attack provides for penalties of up to four years in prison (and health personnel are included among the Police officers for this purpose).

The agents should send their actions to the government sub delegations, if possible with a photographic report.

Internal sources have indicated to Efe that the agents of the different bodies will always act from the principle of proportionality.

The Government assures that the decree has not made special emphasis on the sanctioning regime, since the conditions of the declaration of the state of alarm do not respond to a scene of riots or conflict on the street.

The Executive relies on civility and the responsibility of the citizens, for which reason it has not regulated in detail the possible sanctions, which are limited to the provisions of the law on the state of alarm of 1981 and its implementation in the Citizen Security Law .

It is a health crisis and not a security crisis, the Government insists, so the sanctions for non-compliance with the decreed norms will be dealt with in accordance with ordinary laws that already include crimes such as disobedience in the most extreme cases.



The sanctioning regime is as follows:


-Citizen security law.

Article 37.15. The removal of fences, tapes or other fixed or mobile elements placed by the Security Forces and Bodies to delimit security perimeters, even as a preventive measure, when it does not constitute a serious infraction. Slight penalty: fine of 100 to 600 euros.

Article 36.6. Disobedience or resistance to the authority or its agents in the exercise of their functions, when they do not constitute a crime, as well as the refusal to identify themselves at the request of the authority or its agents or the allegation of false or inaccurate data in the identification processes. Serious penalty: fine of 601 to 30,000 euros.

-General Law of Public Health.

Article 57.2.b). Serious offence: fine of 3,001 up to 60,000 euros.

1. The conduct of conduct or omissions that may produce a risk or serious harm to the health of the population, when it does not constitute a very serious offence.

Article 57.2.a) Very serious infraction: fine of 60,001 up to 600,000 euros.

1. The conduct of behaviours or omissions that produce a risk or very serious damage to the health of the population.

2. Repeated non-compliance with the instructions received from the competent authority, or non-compliance with a requirement thereof, if it involves serious damage to health.

-Law of the National Civil Protection System.

Article 45.4 b) Serious infraction: fine of 1,501 to 30,000 euros.

In declared emergencies, the breach of orders, prohibitions, instructions or requirements made by the holders of the competent bodies or the members of the intervention and assistance services, as well as the duties of collaboration with the surveillance and protection services of public or private companies, when it is not particularly dangerous or transcendent for the safety of people or property.

Article 45.3. Very serious offence: fine from 30,001 to 600,000 euros.

In declared emergencies, the breach of orders, prohibitions, instructions or requirements made by the holders of the competent bodies or the members of the intervention and assistance services, as well as the duties of collaboration with the surveillance and protection services of public or private companies¸ when it is particularly dangerous or important for the safety of people or property

-Penal Code.

Article 556.1. They will be punished with a prison sentence of three months to one year or a fine of six to eighteen months, those who, without being included in article 550, seriously resist or disobey the authority or its agents in the exercise of their functions, or to duly identified private security personnel who carry out private security activities in cooperation and under the command of the Security Forces and Bodies.
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More people have been fined in the Canaries than have contracted the virus. Let's hope that remains the case.
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Saw this just now about the numbers in a car:

https://murciatoday.com/lot_of_misunders...236-a.html

It originated on the peninsula but I assume it’s the same across Spanish territory (subject to interpretation by the local GC anyway 😂🤣)
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Italian couple denounced for walking on a beach (El Hierro, near Majanicho) in Fuerteventura.

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The Civil Guard reported today that it has denounced three people who were sunbathing on a beach on the coast of the municipality of Antigua.

The three men, of Spanish nationality, were detected in the surveillance flights of the Civil Guard helicopter.

Specifically, they were on the Majada de Cabras beach, last Sunday at 11.00.


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The helicopter alerted the Nature Protection Service (SEPRONA), which identified the three men, who had arrived in two vehicles.

The accused, as indicated by the Civil Guard, failed to comply with the movement restriction measures established in the royal decree declaring the state of alarm.

The three men were together and sitting sunbathing, all of them being friends and residents of Fuerteventura.

Therefore, they were informed that they had to leave the area and comply with the confinement established by the health alarm.

Likewise, they were administratively denounced for two infractions of the Citizen Security Law and the Coastal Law.

The complaints have been forwarded to the Government Delegation for the start of the corresponding administrative sanctioning files.

On the occasion of Holy Week, the Civil Guard has intensified these days the mobility controls decreed after the state of alarm.

In the Canary Islands, helicopters and drones from the Air Service monitor each section of the coast to avoid possible transfers to second homes, excursions to the beaches and other prohibited activities such as fishing or camping.

While the Helicopter Unit of the Canary Islands Civil Guard Zone conducts surveillance from the air to verify that the restrictions are being met, the Tenerife Maritime Service is verifying from the coast that no person or vessel fails to comply with the established measures.

On the other hand, the Mountain Rescue and Intervention Group (GREIM) continues to monitor the high mountain areas of the islands, and with the help of drones, ensure compliance with the restrictions.

The rest of the Civil Guard units continue to carry out verification checks, both in the movement of vehicles and on foot, to certify that they are carried out for just cause and that they are within those permitted by the royal decree.



Courtesy of Diario de Fuerteventura.
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Why have you taken your dog across to the green area ? Because my dog likes to scratch AND pee on the green area | Not Required | you are fined 200 Euros....                                                                                                          YOU have BEEN Warned..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Where do You live......                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Definite violation Of The Rules...                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 You are using The Dog to Wander around................
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Yesterday we saw two large drones flying over the Caleta beach area.
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Video from yesterday. Lady, took her dog for a few miles ride to have a walk (Lanzarote).
Mother with daughter sunbathing in a cove on the Pechiguera coast (Lanzarote).
And finally, guy decided to catch a wave in Pozzo Negro (Fuerteventura).
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I don’t know if there is any truth to this story. My wife seen it on Facebook so it must be true  Confused

Apparently a disabled male who has a car drove his wife who could not drive to the supermarket to do shopping, he is not able to do it on his own.

They got stopped by the local Guardia in Fuerteventura and he was fined €300 for there being 2 persons in the car. 

Has anybody heard this story ?, and is it true ?
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