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Georgian oppositionists met with PACE leaders2011-01-27 15:31
Head of the Free Georgia oppositional movement Kakha Kukava and leader of the People's Party Koba Davitashvili met with PACE President Mevlut Chavushoglu.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Novosti-Georgia, during his talk to Chavushoglu, Georgian oppositionists discussed the elections held in May 2010, the new electoral code of Georgia and the problem of evicting the forcibly displaced persons of Abkhazia and South Ossetia from administrative buildings in Tbilisi.
"A question was raised about holding a monitoring on prisoners' rights protection in Georgia by PACE, as well as about the implementation of the new electoral code. During the meeting, the parties agreed on further cooperation in the PACE context", - goes the report of the Free Georgia movement press service.
As was reported earlier, Kukava and Davitashvili will hold meetings with representatives of various fractions of the Council of Europe.
"We will provide information on Georgian political prisoners, political terror and the refugees' condition. As for foreign policy issues, the top priority for us are the problems of the so-called frozen conflicts in relationship between Georgia and Russia", - Kakha Kukava told the journalists.