"I would like to see as close as possible to ten percent, because I understand that it will not be ten percent," Hamáček told journalists today during a visit to the regional police headquarters.
Hamáček suggests increase the risk assessment for police officers by six percent. "I do not think there is a dispute, the only thing we are talking about now with the Minister of Finance (Alena Schillerová – ANO) is how much the rates will rise, whether it's a percentage, two, three or four," he added. He expects the compromise solution to come very soon. "I suppose that next week," he added. According to him, the increase in the salaries of the police would tax the state budget by up to 1.4 billion kronor.
According to Hamas, it will also have to be solved rebuilding the outdated police fleet is a national problem. "This is definitely something we should look at next year and somehow have to open the outfits again," he said. Police officers say that it drives with cars that have driven more than 200,000 or even 300,000 kilometers. "I think if we were to keep the recovery system, we're talking about a few hundred vehicles a year," he said. At least about 500 cars bought for police officers per year.