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Saakashvili presents a report to the Committee for investigation of August events2008-11-10 11:35
In a few days Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, presents a report to the Temporary Parliamentary Committee for Investigation of August events, said Paata Davitaya, the chairman of the Committee.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The hearing will be open, and all the questions that worry society, will be asked", - Davitaya claimed.
The Committee was established in the very beginning of October. It meets this week, on November, 10th-12th .
The Committee is expected to hear to governors Shida Kartli Lado Vardzelashvili and Samegrelo Zemo Svaneti Zazu Gorozia, and the State Minister for Regional Issues, David Tkeshelashvili.
The Committee includes for deputies of the governing party (the National Movement) fraction: Khatuna Gogorishvili, Georgy Gabashvili, Givi Targmadze, Akaky Minashvili. The regions of Georgia - majoritars fraction is represented with Giya Goguadze, the oppositional Strong Georgia - Christian fraction is represented with Levan Vepkhadze, Nikoloz Laliashvili, Dmitry Lortkipanidze and Paata Davitaya. The Committee includes and independent MP, Ramaz Tedoradze.
According to David Bakradze, the speaker of Georgian Parliament, the participation of the president in the Committee meeting is the unprecedented case in the history of the Georgian Parliament. According to him, it contradicts the regulations of the Parliament that prohibits summoning the President by parliamentary committee.