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Georgian delegation in PACE proposed to deprive Russian delegation of the right to vote2009-09-11 18:26
This week Georgian delegation in PACE presented a proposal to deprive the Russian delegation of the right to vote in autumn session, said the Georgian delegation representative georgi Gabashvili - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He failed to say in what day it happened.
In the course of the summer session messages came that Georgian delegation in PACE finished gathering signatures for their proposal. Georgian MP Davit Darchiashvili said the initiative got even more votes than necessary [20 signatures].
Gabashvili reminded that "in the course of the year the Council of Europe has already adopted two resolutions proposing Russia to comply with several points: withdraw occupation troops, stop ethnic cleansing, recall illegal decision on recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, favor international monitoring mission, cooperate with international humanitarian organisations".
The MP mentioned that "Russia didn't only implemented none of these points" but even "aggravated the situation: it increased the number of occupation troops, builds military bases; militarization of the region continues". Gabashvili presented it as grounds for the initiative".
At the same time he mentioned he had no idea what decision would be made at the Assembly session in end September.