Georgia has sent its version of the law "On De-Oligarchization" for verification

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The Georgian Parliament has sent the English version of the draft law "On De-oligarchization" to the Venice Commission, Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili said.

At the end of November, the Georgian Parliament decided to send a request to the Venice Commission after first European Commissioner Oliver Vakhrey and then the EU delegation to Georgia recommended that the commission review the Georgian bill "On De-Oligarchization".

"Today my cabinet has already forwarded the English version of the draft "On De-oligarchization" to the Venice Commission with a request to provide us with a joint opinion on this bill", Papuashvili told reporters.

At the same time, he expressed hope that the conclusion on the Georgian bill will be adopted soon.

"In the case of the Ukrainian version of the bill, we see that it took the commission more than a year and until it gave its conclusion, Georgia has now sent the same text, and I hope that the answer will be faster", Papuashvili said.

De-oligarchization is one of the conditions for granting Georgia the status of a candidate for membership in the European Union.

The bill developed by the ruling Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia party has already been adopted by the Georgian Parliament in two readings. At this stage, before the conclusion of the Venice Commission, the parliamentary majority decided to refuse to consider the draft in the third final reading.

The opposition, which opposed the adoption of the bill, is pleased with the decision to send the draft to the Venice Commission.

At the same time, the leaders of the parliamentary opposition insist that the parliament show the commission and the version of the law developed by it.

Earlier, the opposition argued dissatisfaction with the draft parliamentary majority by the fact that Georgia needs a law that will take into account Georgian realities, and not a copied Ukrainian law that is adapted to the realities of Ukraine.

Representatives of the Georgian Dream explain the opposition's protest by the fact that if the bill is approved, not the founder of the party Bidzina Ivanishvili, who retired from politics in January 2021, but some oppositionists fall under its action.

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Georgia has sent its version of the law "On De-Oligarchization" for verification

2022/12/65465-1669963545.jpg
Read: 426     11:00     02 Декабрь 2022    

The Georgian Parliament has sent the English version of the draft law "On De-oligarchization" to the Venice Commission, Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili said.

At the end of November, the Georgian Parliament decided to send a request to the Venice Commission after first European Commissioner Oliver Vakhrey and then the EU delegation to Georgia recommended that the commission review the Georgian bill "On De-Oligarchization".

"Today my cabinet has already forwarded the English version of the draft "On De-oligarchization" to the Venice Commission with a request to provide us with a joint opinion on this bill", Papuashvili told reporters.

At the same time, he expressed hope that the conclusion on the Georgian bill will be adopted soon.

"In the case of the Ukrainian version of the bill, we see that it took the commission more than a year and until it gave its conclusion, Georgia has now sent the same text, and I hope that the answer will be faster", Papuashvili said.

De-oligarchization is one of the conditions for granting Georgia the status of a candidate for membership in the European Union.

The bill developed by the ruling Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia party has already been adopted by the Georgian Parliament in two readings. At this stage, before the conclusion of the Venice Commission, the parliamentary majority decided to refuse to consider the draft in the third final reading.

The opposition, which opposed the adoption of the bill, is pleased with the decision to send the draft to the Venice Commission.

At the same time, the leaders of the parliamentary opposition insist that the parliament show the commission and the version of the law developed by it.

Earlier, the opposition argued dissatisfaction with the draft parliamentary majority by the fact that Georgia needs a law that will take into account Georgian realities, and not a copied Ukrainian law that is adapted to the realities of Ukraine.

Representatives of the Georgian Dream explain the opposition's protest by the fact that if the bill is approved, not the founder of the party Bidzina Ivanishvili, who retired from politics in January 2021, but some oppositionists fall under its action.

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