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Georgia can try to dispute Russia’s authorities in PACE2010-01-21 18:37
Konstantin Kosachyov, the head of Russian delegation in PACE, cannot rule out Georgia's attempts to raise issue of Russian delegation's authority at the winter session of PACE to be opened on January 25th - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He mentioned that making predictions is hard now, but is sure that this "destructive line, as before, won't find support with most Assembly members."
Kosachyov reminded that end 2009 PACE introduced amendments impeding such "demarches."
Georgi Gabashvili, member of Georgian delegation, said Georgia will keep drawing attention to Russia's non-implementation of PACE resolutions.
"How it will be done technically, on which procedures - question of time...political tactics, not strategy," he said.
PACE has been watching the situation in conflict area closely from the very beginning.
In October 2008, after 3-day discussion, the Assembly didn't support the proposal of radical MPs to deprive Russian delegation of the right to vote.