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PACE rapporteurs arrived in Tbilisi2010-03-22 10:16
This morning members of the monitoring committee for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Mathias Eorsi and Kastriot Islami, arrived in Georgia - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They will hold meetings with the special representative of the CE Secretary General to Georgia, Boris Vodz; representatives of NGOs, working on the reform of the Constitution and the Electoral Code, parliamentary and non-parliamentary opposition.
Today they are also planned to meet with Zurab Kharatishvili, the Central Electoral Commission chairman; Avtandil Demetrashvili, the head of the Constitutional Commission; heads of the First and Second channels of the Public TV of Georgia, and representatives of the National Commission for Communications.
Tomorrow the delegation will meet with the representatives of NGOs, working on the issue of national minorities; the council for national minorities at the Public Defender's office; Temur Iakobashvili, the State Minister for Reintegration; Koba Subeliani, the Minister for refugees and Resettlement. Then the delegates will meet with David Bakradze, the Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, chairmen of parliamentary committees and members of the permanent delegation of Georgia to PACE. In conclusion the guests will be received by President Mikheil Saakashvili.
PACE delegation will leave Georgia on March 24th.