“The Parliament should adopt the veto of the President of Georgia” – Eka Gigauri, the Director of Transparency International Georgia said. According to her, the process should not be delayed in Parliament and it should be adopted soon.
“We have discussed the so-called third wave reform which is too important. But the other side, there are a lot of problems, for example the appointment procedures of judges and court chairman,”-Eka Gigauri said.
Deputy Ministers of Internal Affairs – Mr. Shalva Khutsishvili and Mr. Archil Talakvadze - held the meeting with the representatives of the nongovernmental organizations “Young Lawyers’ Association”, “Transparency International Georgia”, “Article 42 of the Constitution”, “Reforms and Development Association”, the Office of Public Defender, Inspector of Personal Data Protection, “Human Rights Training and Monitoring Center” on the issue of implementation of remote patrolling in Georgia.
Mr. Shalva Khutsishvili talked about the police practice successfully operated by Germany, France, Great Britain, Dutch, Holland and the USA. The Deputy Ministers – based on the foreign practice – once again explained the goal of a new initiative and the positive outcomes of implementation of the remote patrolling in Georgia.
At the end of the meeting the participants held the discussion. The representatives of the MIA promised the nongovernmental sector to take into account their recommendations in the draft bill.