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Georgian opposition demands the full text of Geneva agreement for reading2009-02-20 10:39
Georgian opposition questions the correctness of mass media messages about the agreement titled "Proposals for Joint Mechanisms for Averting and Reacting to Incidents" signed on February 18th in Geneva and demands the government of Georgia to hand them the full text of the document.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Conservative party of Georgia, on February 19th they turned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and demanded to hand them this document for reading.
"According to the Common Administrative Code of Georgia the aforesaid document is public and every citizen has the right to read it. The ministry has a 10-day term to give this document to the Conservative party ", the Conservative state.
In their view, the story occurred with the memorandum on the joint operation of Inguri hydro power plant must not repeat. The opposition suspects that "crushing obligations" were again signed behind the back of Georgian people.