The Committee held the working meeting with the representatives of the Interior Ministry to discuss the changes to the Code of Administrative Offenses, effective of August, 2017 and defining administrative-legal responsibility for excessive noise during night and day hours in residual houses and public premises.
As the Chair, Eka Beselia noted, the Committee’s traditional format envisages MPs to hear the initial information about the adopted laws about enforcement.
The Deputy Interior Minister, Natia Mezvrishvili and the Head of the Patrol Police Department, Teimuraz Kupatadze spoke about enforcement of the law and the challenges, introduced the statistic data of response to the offenses and answered the questions.
According to MP, Levan Gogichaishvili, the law aimed at protection of the Constitutional right of the citizens – healthcare right. The changes to the Code establish the brand new standard soon resulting in positive outcomes.
“This is the first step and I believe that the information gives interesting outcomes”, - E. Beselia stated.
The Committee will continue monitoring over enforcement and will exchange information with MIA to hold the analysis and make practical steps. The parties agreed on the next meeting to be held in February.