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PACE representatives arrive to Georgia2013-04-08 12:08
Representatives of the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe arrive to Georgia today, April 8, with a five-day visit, the GHN reports. The delegation includes the co-rapporteurs on Georgia Michael Astrup Jensen (Denmark) and Boris Tsilevich (Latvia).gt-en-newsitem-inside
They intend to hold the first meeting with the NGO representatives in Tbilisi office of the Council of the Council of Europe. Today they will meet with the Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Then representatives of the Council of Europe will also hold a meeting with the State Minister of Georgia for Reintegration Paata Zakareishvili.
In late March, PACE co-rapporteurs on Georgia Michael Jensen and Boris Tsilevich welcomed the adoption by the Parliament of Georgia amendments to the Constitution on March 25.
According to the co-rapporteurs, the amendments were adopted on the basis of the agreement reached between the ruling majority and the parliamentary opposition.
Jensen and Tsilevich expect the same willingness to cooperate and compromise in the work over other important bills, such as the proposed reform of the Supreme Council of Justice.