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Georgian opposition suggesting police reformation2011-01-28 15:00
Oppositional party Our Georgia - Free Democrats has come out with an initiative of reforming Georgian police and MIA. The party's draft law is aimed at depoliticizing the police, Echo of Caucasus reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Fee Democrats familiarized non-governmental organizations and experts with their conception. The author of the project is Levan Izoria, member of Irakly Alasania's party. In 2004-2006, he held the office of rector of the Police Academy. The patrol service establishment in Georgia in connected with his name.
"We want the Ministry of Interior, I mean, the minister and his deputies to distance themselves from policemen as political figures. Today, there are 16 departments in MIA. We suggest they be reduced to three: police department, rescue service department and near-border security department. As it is customary in all democratic countries, the ministry should define basic directions for the police's activity at the strategic level and handle personnel issues but it should not interfere into policemen's operational work, for this is a subject to be considered by professional policemen. We want the police department to function as an independent institution", - Levan Izoria says.