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New reinforcement wave for Georgian Parliament2008-11-21 16:13
A new wave of reforms aimed to reinforce the Parliament, was started, announced David Bakradze , the Speaker of Georgian Parliament , at today's meeting of Latvian Seim.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Bakradze arrived in Latvia to meet the President of the country, Valdis Zatlers.
According to Bakradze, the desire of Georgia to join Europe and Euroatlantic structures grew ever stronger.
«Attempts of Russia to undermine the Georgian government and statehood foundation were in vain», - stated the Speaker of Georgian Parliament, Day.Az informs.
«In response to the fears of possible reduction in pace of democratic reforms, the administration started a new wave of reforms. One of the Founding Fathers, James Madison said: «Problems of democracy can be solved with greater democracy». We share this principle. Georgian government and people are loyal to democracy universally, not conventionally», - Bakradze mentioned.
The administration, in its turn, was going to use the unparalleled help to Georgia from the donors, effectively and transparently, he concluded.