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PACE Monitoring Committee publishes information note on Georgia
The Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) made public an information note by the co-rapporteurs on the honouring of obligations and commitments by Georgia, Michael Aastrup Jensen (Denmark, ALDE) and Boris Cilevics (Latvia, SOC), on their fact-finding visit to Tbilisi and Kutaisi (5-7 December 2012). The note focuses on cohabitation, the prosecution of former government members and ministerial officials, the parliamentary resolution on political prisoners, prison reform and the amnesty law as well as reform of the justice system and law enforcement agencies.

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Council of Europe Office in Georgia