Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 11 January 2005, Regulation No 15 Of The "procedures For The Determination Of The Concentration Of Alcohol In Blood And Exhaled Air And Served To The Illicit Manufacture Of Narcotic Drugs Or Other Intoxicating ...

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2005. gada 11.janvāra noteikumos Nr.15 "Kārtība, kādā nosakāma alkohola koncentrācija asinīs un izelpotajā gaisā un konstatējams narkotisko vai citu apreibinošo vielu iespaids"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 916 in 2007 December 18 (Mon. No 70 65) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 11 January 2005, the provisions of no. 15 "in the determination of the concentration of alcohol in blood and exhaled air and served to the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs or other intoxicating substances impression" issued under the Road Traffic Act article 43.5 of the first and the second part 1. make the Cabinet of Ministers of 11 January 2005, the provisions of no. 15 "in the determination of the concentration of alcohol in blood and exhaled air and served to the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs or other intoxicating substances impression" (Latvian journal 8., 2005, no.; 2007, nr. 11) the following amendments: 1. make the following paragraph 11: "11. If the measurements carried out in accordance with the concentration of alcohol in exhaled air is equal to or greater than the Highway Traffic Act prescribed alcohol concentration in the blood, which prohibited to drive a vehicle, check the costs borne by the 11 lats driver. ";
1.2. to make 32 and 33 the following: "medical examination 32. costs shall be borne by the institution, the employee sent a driver to a medical examination.
33. If the driver's medical examination finds Road Traffic Act prescribed blood alcohol content, which prohibited to drive a motor vehicle, or 17.0 17.1 these terms. or. condition referred medical examination shall be borne by the operator of the vehicle, the amount of money lodged in its account of the Authority's budget, which the employee sent a driver to a medical examination. "
2. the rules shall enter into force by 1 January 2008. Prime Minister a. Halloween Interior Minister i. Godmanis