lDm wrote:Hi guys!
It's more a case of this sort
"Fines for those abusing the “permanent residence” issue and trying to travel for leisure purposes (for example for visiting summer homes) will increase from €150 to €300, licence plates will be removed for 60 days and the vehicle will be sent back to where it came from. They will be fined for “unnecessary movement” even if they move in the prefecture of their residence."
The problem is also that they seem to be related to our landlords and now they started some inner construction work (the shed shares a wall with the house), however my patience has run out because of the transitions of multiple cars/people daily (I suspect at least by 7+, if not more KMs, up to Rethymno where there are 2 death cases already), aside from the "usual" noise/air pollution.
I called the Chania police yesterday but guy didn't speak English (my Greek is awful). I made photos of their cars just wish I knew if I could pass these and are they enough to report. Plate numbers I can't make out, but they are Rethymno.
the breach of quarantine is that they clearly transit to/from outside of their residencies for no essential purposes.
If they were to do their works inside of their primary residency - this is allowed I would think. But driving to a shed each day in groups?
So it cannot be classified as outdoor activity for physical benefit, as solitary activity, as assisting someone in need (no one lives there as a primary residence), or what other essential exemptions are there..?
I agree with you that it may sour relations but this comes after messaging landlords politely explaining both how it's a risk in addition to inconvenience. Incidentally - if it prevents my freedom of movement under limitation (eg dog walk for risk of immediate contact with a transmitter right outside the house), then what? I guess no one cares although that's hardly fair.
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