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Georgia collected enough signatures for the initiative to deprive Russia of powers in PACE2009-06-24 18:01
Georgian delegation in PACE finished collection of European MPs' signatures to deprive Russia of powers in the Assembly, said Georgian MP David Darchiashvili to RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said the initiative got even more then 20 necessary signatures.
"Rules, principles were violated... the question is raised on the ground of Russia's non-implementation of neither October nor January resolution of PACE ", he explained.
In its October resolution PACE imposed responsibility for consequences of August events on Russia, and requested to renounce recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. That time Russia managed to preserve the right to vote in the assembly - despite the attempts of radical MPs.
In January 2009 PACE declared that Georgia implemented most, and Russia - small part of the Assembly's demands.
Darchiashvili commented upon Russia's implementation of PACE resolutions and said that "it's a movement backwards" , as Russia refused to renounce the recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, as well as construction of bases in the republics, and also refused to let international monitors in.
He confirmed the discussion of the Georgian initiative may be held this year.