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Parliamentary opposition proposes to reform the Interior Ministry2009-07-01 17:45
Christian Democrats opposition parliamentary fraction demands to reform the Interior Ministry and establish the group to monitor the activities of the Ministry.gt-en-newsitem-inside
At today's briefing Nikoloz Laliashvili, the deputy chairman of the fraction said that resentful events happened not so long ago, and eavesdropping devices found in opposition offices revealed measures are taken against opposition.
"It is strictly inadmissible and contradicts our Constitution and legislation", said Laliashvili and called on the government to establish a special group of public monitoring over the MIA activities. This group will control police actions in the light of political events, the MP mentioned.
He added the monitoring will concern mainly the dept. of constitutional security, directly connected with all the political processes happening in the country.
The MP proposes to include in the monitoring group representatives of public organizations, mass media and non-parliamentary opposition.
Laliashvili also proposes to establish a group for working out and conducting a real reform in the MIA structure. It will boost society's trust to police and law enforcement bodies.