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PACE is Georgia’s alma mater2010-07-16 16:33
Today PACE Monitoring Committee delegation left Georgia after a 5-day visit. The Committee was content with what they had seen, but before departure delegation's leader Michael Jensen and Kastriot Islami promised to give the republic a "homework" - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Islami explained it would be an explicit report and a resolution, and promised the Council of Europe would help the country to comply with its obligations.
In the course of the visit the Council positively assessed the municipal elections of May 30th and expressed hope for progressive development of judicial system of Georgia towards absolute independency.