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Georgia to continue erasing memory about the USSR2010-10-11 11:27
The Parliament of Georgia will consider removing Soviet symbols from the country's buildings.gt-en-newsitem-inside
This initiative is implied by the Charter of Freedom, being prepared by Giya Tortladze from Strong Georgia fraction - vesti.az.
He noted that coats of arms of the USSR, images of hammer and sickle must be removed, but there will be no limitations for people wearing such symbols.
The Charter of Freedom includes the law on disclosure of personal files and the Patriotic Act. The joint draft regulates issues of information on financial operations and transaction of significant sums, registration of ex-employees of USSR special forces, controlling security in places of mass gathering.
Patriotic Act is analogue to the similar document in the USA, and implies video monitoring of strategic objects, control of cargoes of coming in and out as import or export, controlof banking transactions.