One of the provisions of the reform of the Ministry of Internal Affairs is implementation of electronic systems of road accident recording, the adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs and People's Deputy Anton Gerashchenko said in the comment to the GORDON.
"We will implement electronic systems of document flow and electronic systems for accounting everything that can be accounted, and electronic recording systems for road accidents and traffic rules violations in order to get rid of the hackneyed stories about traffic policemen who take bribes. There will be no more bribes on the roads, there will be video cameras and recording of violations," he said.
According to him, the reform should begin with the introduction of a new staff selection system.
"The first thing is to introduce a staff selection system so that people would go to work to earn a salary and bring order in the country rather than steal," Gerashchenko reported.
According to Gerashchenko, the next step should be understanding what and how many employees are needed in the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
"A second question is to define the general demand: what employees and what functions should be left in the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Some work has already partially been done in reforming the Ministry of Internal Affairs, it should now be verified by the experience Eka Zguladze who headed the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia for nine years," Avakov's adviser declared.
Gerashchenko believes that Eka Zguladze has all opportunities for carrying out reforms in the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
"Eka Zguladze will be able to carry out reforms in one team with Arsen Avakov and with the assistance of the People’s Front, after all, one man is no man. This support is obligatory," he summed up.