ArmInfo. The website "Platform for Combating Corruption" was presented at the regular meeting of the Anti-Corruption Council, chaired by the Prime Minister of Armenia Karen Karapetyan, and with the participation of representatives of civil society. ArmInfo was informed about this in the press service of the Armenian government.
The website presented an action plan to combat corruption, in particular the anti-corruption strategy, as well as its implementation for 2015-2018. It was reported that the site would allow the public to monitor anti-corruption measures, submit online inquiries to bodies operating the priority sectors, as well as those structures that are responsible for other anti-corruption programs. Now the technical work is under way, however, it is expected that the site will work by the end of this year.
The agenda of the meeting was also the implementation of by-laws of the Armenian law "On the warning system", as well as practical mechanisms aimed at establishing the system. It was reported that a technical description and management system of the "Single Electronic Notification Platform", as well as the corresponding digital forms of internal and external notification documents, and the procedure for providing the means of protection of the siren were developed. "Thanks to the Unified Electronic Notification Platform, any individual and legal entity will be able to provide anonymously information related to corruption, moreover, it will be possible to present the message both anonymously and publicly." Clear guarantees of the protection of anonymity, those technical solutions through which the siren can enter in the system and submit a statement.With active discussions with representatives of civil society, the necessary requirements for the submission of the relevant application have been developed, " voritsya in the executive body of the message
It is also stressed that during the session results of studies on the quality and transparency of services provided by the Agency of Medical and Social Expertise of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the Republic of Armenia were presented in Lori, Shirak, Tavush and Ararat regions. Karen Karapetyan instructed the Prime Minister's monitoring service, taking into account the results of the survey, to conduct relevant studies in these regions.