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PACE rapporteurs finished visit to Georgia2010-03-24 12:17
Mathyas Eorsi and Kastriot Islami, PACE Monitoring committee rapporteurs, finished their visit to Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The last day of the visit, March 23rd, they spent in the Parliament. The delegates discussed political processes in the country, Georgia's implementation of the obligations to the CE, and preparations to the upcoming elections of local authorities, with Speaker David Bakradze.
The Speaker said Georgia had already implemented the main part of obligations and only issues with ethnic minorities' rights observation and religion are left, and Tbilisi promises to settle them in the nearest time.
Bakradze also told the delegates about the reforms being held in the country and preparations to the local elections, and promised they will be held in transparent, free and competitive atmosphere.
PACE members also met with chairmen of parliamentary committees. This morning they left Tbilisi.