Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin advocated reducing the period of disqualification of entrepreneurs. He stated this at a meeting with representatives of small and medium-sized businesses in the Novgorod region.
Recall that under the current rules of Article 3.11 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, disqualification can be applied, including to persons engaged in entrepreneurial activity without forming a legal entity. The period of disqualification is set for a period of six months to three years.
Commenting on the possibility of reducing the period of disqualification of an entrepreneur, Mikhail Mishustin noted: “My opinion is definitely yes, it is necessary to reduce it, because in principle a three-year period is very serious. It is still necessary to establish accordingly what it was for and what are the reasons … But seriously, it is necessary, probably, to make a differentiation of those errors by which an appropriate judgment is made. But I am definitely in favor of cutting back”.
According to the prime minister, in the near future the Ministry of Economic Development will work out the issue of reducing the period of disqualification of entrepreneurs.