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Georgia to campaign against Russia at PACE session in January2009-12-09 13:06
Georgian delegation will again campaign against Russia at the PACE session in January.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In September this demand of the Georgian delegation wasn't backed by parliamentarians.
This time Georgia decided to criticize the newly passed Russian law, allowing the use of army abroad - the VZGLYAD.
"This law was passed without the opinion of the Venice commission on it," said Georgian Vice Speaker Paata Davitaya in his interview to Imedi. He also promised to raise the issue at PACE session.
The pro-opposition Christian Democrats parliamentary fraction promised to support the criticism of Russia from the Georgian delegation at the PACE session in January.