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Saakashvili is ready to share power2008-12-26 15:43
Georgian President initiated delegation of his powers to the Parliament, RosBalt informs, alluding to the data of the Georgian legislative body.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The project of amendments is available only for parliamentary management. To MPs it will possibly be presented On Sunday, in a moth Saakashvili's initiative will be examined by the public.
According to some informal data, reduction of presidential power was advised Saakashvili by foreign experts, RosBalt informs.
When the "Rose Revolution" government took the office, it changed the Constitution immediately by increasing presidential power dramatically and reducing parliamentary authorities.
After August events Georgian government made a number of backward steps by revising the previously made decisions. The opposition regarded these measures as attempts of Saakashvili's government to keep power and show the world community its supposedly "democratic face".
In particular, the government claims to be ready for presidential authority reduction, parliamentary authority extension, revision of the electoral legislation and resumption of the finance for the parties that refused to join the Parliament after elections of May 21st .