On yesterday's a press - conferences, the chief of the Nikolaev regional Department of Internal Affairs the general - the militia major A. Naumenko paid special attention to a situation on roads of the Nikolaev area.
It provided the following statistical data:
- it is withdrawn certificates from 3908 persons from 4699 rights of management deprived by court by the vehicle.
- inspections of 179 places of concentration of road accident (166 - in the city of Nikolaev and 13 - on area highways) are carried out. On elimination of shortcomings 452 instructions are issued. are attracted to an adminotvetstvennost of 465 officials, 14 notices are sent to local governments and 5 - to prosecutor's office.
- it is revealed more than 1200 (+14%), rough violations of the rules of traffic from drivers of passenger transport. The subsequent operation of 4496 buses is forbidden as a result of check.
Anatoly Vyacheslavovich and on corruption manifestations stopped from the staff of GAI. "Four employees of the State traffic inspectorate got on a "imaginary" bribe. Two of them already left from service, and two - are translated in patrulno - on point duty служду", - A. Naumenko reported.
It explained, why on a "imaginary" bribe. Business all that money, to the staff of GAI, offered not the presents, and copies made on the copier. "Guards of roads" hid them in pockets, at all without paying attention what exactly they are given.
"The real money can't be given, after all it will be regarded as provocation therefore gave a photocopy of very poor quality", - the chief militiaman of the Nikolaev area explained.
As he told about very interesting operation performed by the Nikolaev regional Department of Internal Affairs.
"We, recently, started on area the truck, loaded alcohol. It wasn't natural documents on goods at drivers. The result of experiment gives a reason for optimism. The car was stopped by 5 times and none of employees of the State traffic inspectorate didn't take a bribe. And offered both 100, and 200, and the 500th dale. It can't but please! ", - A. Naumenko told.