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PACE co-rapporteurs to prepare report on Georgia during a month2013-04-12 13:20
PACE Monitoring Committee intends to prepare a report on Georgia within a month. This was announced at a news conference in Tbilisi by the Committee co-rapporteurs on Georgia Martin Jensen and Boris Tsilevich who are on a visit to Georgia, the Trend reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Jensen, the report must have informative nature and will display the recommendations made by the Committee. He added that during the visit, it was noted that there was a pressure on members of the Parliament in order to make them join other party.
"All kinds of pressures must be excluded, and therefore I call on all the parties to refrain from the pressure," he said.
Representatives of the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe arrived to Georgia on April 8, with a five-day visit.
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.