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Georgian MPs don’t read report of ombudsman2010-07-13 18:23
Giya Arsenashvili, the chairman of the parliamentary committee for human rights, is sure that MPs don't even read the report of Public Defender, and the significance of regularity of presenting the report to the Parliament remains unclear - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Parliamentary opposition protested the amendments on the law On Public Defender, in accordance with which ombudsman will present a report once, not twice a year.
In the view of Arsenashvili, a document, so abundant with content, cannot be assessed by a number of presentations in the Parliament.
"The Public Defender will come to the Parliament as many times as wishes, to express his opinion in the due committee," Arsenishvili said.
It's worthy noticing that in the course of bill consideration only 12 MPs were present in the chamber of sittings.