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Georgia will strive to deprive Russia of the right to vote2009-10-01 15:01
Georgian delegation in PACE will strive for revision of Russia's authority in the Assembly further.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Georgi Targamadze, the member of the Georgian Parliament, Tbilisi will continue raising the issue, and noted it can be done again in December 2010, at the winter session of PACE - RIA Novosti.
Previously Georgia Times reported that today PACE confirmed the authority of the Russian delegation, though Georgia proposed to deprive it of the right to vote.
Most European parliamentarians, present in the hall, voted for confirmation of the authority - RIA Novosti.
The proposal was presented for consideration several weeks ago, 72 MPs supported it [with 20 at minimum].
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.