In Argentina, deputies were forced to mark their work with a fingerprint

In the Parliament of Argentina introduced a biometric system of attendance monitoring. Now deputies and employees of the device should be marked with their fingerprint at work.

This is reported by La Nacion.

According to the publication, people must be noted at the entrance to the building and at the exit. According to these data, "truants" are calculated.

The innovation has already yielded results: the system identified 190 people who did not come to work without good reason for two months. As a result, 160 violators have already been dismissed, another 30 have resigned.

It is noted that 700 more violations were also revealed, and at the meetings people began to appear regularly, who were not so often seen at work earlier.