ArmInfo. Inspectors from the people in Armenia will have the opportunity to record violations of traffic rules and send photos and videos with evidence to the Police. MPs of the majority of the My Step faction Sisak Gabrielyan and Armen Pambukhchyan came forward with the corresponding legislative initiative.
According to Sisak Gabrielyan, introducing the amendments to the Code of Administrative Offenses, the Law "On Traffic" and related laws on September 13, after the "velvet revolution", the number of citizens in Armenia began to more actively monitor and record violations of the rules of the road. Often, inspectors from the people turned out to be in the focus of attention, including people's MPs, in particular, for parking in the wrong place, he noted.
For a quicker and more targeted response to traffic violations, Armenian parliamentarians propose that citizens of the country be given the right to fix traffic violations and transmit a video to the Police online.
Citizens, having downloaded a special application, will be able to report violations such as red light, exit into the oncoming lane, non-admission of pedestrians, a U-turn where it is prohibited, as well as a stop or parking in the wrong place. According to the bill, inspectors from the people must be registered in a special state information system. Data on vigilant citizens who will assist the Police without monetary motivation will be kept in the strictest confidence.
Relevant software has yet to be created. The install of the application is available on each modern gadget. Minimum technical requirements: the camera must be with a resolution of at least 13 megapixels. According to preliminary estimates, about 30-50 million drams will be needed to create the entire infrastructure of "people's control".