The resigning Minister of Home Affairs, Carmen Dan, declared on Tuesday that until the publication in the Official Gazette of her resignation from the Interior Ministry (MAI)’s helm she will continue to exercise her “responsibilities as minister” and she will initiate for transparent decision-making a legislative draft on the use of electronic bracelets, but also award employees in the operative area.
She said she came to the Interior Ministry (MAI) headquarters with “good and peaceful” thoughts.
“Today we will initiate for transparent decision-making an extremely important legislative draft for us, colleagues in the ministry have worked on for more than 6 months. I am talking about the legislative draft on the use of electronic bracelets, which has particular regard to domestic violence. In the course of this summer we will gather the opinions of all those who want to contribute and who are interested in having a legislative support for this field and I voice my hope that we can vote it in Parliament in autumn,” said Carmen Dan at the MAI headquarters.
Also Tuesday, Carmen Dan will award MAI employees in the operative area on the occasion of the ministry’s 157th anniversary.
“Today we will award our colleagues from MAI who have distinguished themselves by special merits in the operative area. It is important, because we do it on a special day, the day when this ministry celebrates 157 years of establishment and I am glad that last year we marked for the first time this important moment in the history of this ministry,” added Carmen Dan.