TBILISI, DFWatch – The Georgian leader Mikheil Saakashvili has a new initiative to turn the whole government into a digital world, where citizens will be able to speak with 3D images of the ministers.
Saakashvili says all citizens should have the opportunity to talk to the ministers they want.
“Let’s say you want to immediately speak with a minister, to open heat to them. You push a button and the minister will occur with a 3D image, on a very large scale. For example large [Justice Minister] Zurab Adeishvili. I don’t know what will be added to scales how larger you make them, but no matter how it will be, he will appear in front of you. This is not fantasy,” the president said.
The president noted that Georgia is making use of high technology in the country’s governing, and the country has a new government which cannot stay at one place all the time, but is always on the move. But it cannot always stay like this, he said.
“In the end, we will become calm and possibly don’t be like this again. So there is only one way out: to create a digital government,” he said.
The president appeared in Kvareli, in the Kakheti region in eastern Georgia, where a document was signed to set up a society for spreading computer knowledge.
Society will provide various services for the population like obtaining special skills, state and private sector services; society will play the role of communicator, which will organize meetings in different regions and villages; they will provide everyday service for the village population, like typing, finding information through the Internet and copying documents.