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Opposition deputy calls to reform Georgia’s Interior Ministry2009-07-06 18:26
Jondi Bagaturia, opposition deputy in Georgian parliament urges to divide the Interior Ministry in two independent structures - the Interior and Security Ministries.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It was stated by Bagaturia at a press conference today.
He believes the patrol police must be subordinate to the local authorities, and the counterintelligence service must function as a separate unit.
Bagaturia stated his initiative was supported by the Christian Democratic faction and a number of deputies in the parliamentary majority.
The Interior Ministry and Security Ministry were unified after the Rose Revolution in Georgia at the time of optimization of state bodies.