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PACE to discuss initiative on deprivation the Russian delegation of the right to vote2009-10-01 11:21
The proposal was presented for consideration several weeks ago, 72 MPs supported it [with 20 at minimum].gt-en-newsitem-inside
The issue was supposed to be discussed on Wednesday, but the Assembly Bureau decided to postpone it to Thursday.
On the first day of the Assembly session its head, Lluis Maria de Puig, requested the Monitoring Commission to prepare the opinion on the initiative within 24 hours - ITAR TASS.
On Tuesday messages came the Monitoring Commission decided to confirm the authority of the Russian delegation.
Konstantin Kosachuov, the head of the Russian delegation, said the adjournment of the discussion will make it more unpredictable as many national delegations plan to depart on Thursday.
But he added there are positive aspects about the postponed date as well: the discussion will be held after presentation of Tagliavini's commission report.
Andreas Gross was elected the rapporteur on the issue. Some experts believe the event was adjourned to let him prepare.
Gross' report claims to prove the authority of the Russian delegation.
The document explains it would allow the Russian authorities to start constructive dialog for discussion of the issues mentioned in Assembly's resolutions on the consequences between Georgia and Russia.