today, it is only the police can give fines to people who litter.
But the ruling politicians in Malmö want to get to a change in the law so that even municipal employees like the cashiers should be able to do it, as the new york times was the first to tell you.
– In the same way as our städpatruller and trygghetspatruller gets appreciation from the People so I think that it would look favourably at cashiers that are out there every day can report the error on the gatubelysningar, that the bins are broken and talk with the people who are throwing rubbish. In some cases, I would also like to that they would be able to impose fines, " says Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh on the proposal, which now sends to the government.
also would relieve the pressure on the police.
" the Police have a long list of other issues to work with as they may reasonably prioritize. I think it is fair that the police are not alone in that order is maintained in this way.
Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh out that you also have to look at how it could work in practical terms because the cashiers do not have the right to hold someone to call the police.
" It is clear that there are a lot of issues to sort out around how you would be able to do this. These are questions that we need to look at and we have no ready-made answers. But we want to look at this with new eyes in order to find new solutions to litter.
to introduce rökrutor in a public place before it becomes a ban on smoking in outdoor cafés from the first of July. Since Saturday, it has also introduced a ban on plastic bags at the torghandeln on Möllevångstorget, which applies to all days.
– the plastic bags are gone from the torghandeln. Instead we are testing now an initiative with the paper bags on the torghandeln, " says Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh.
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