European Georgia Party broke down an important mandate of the Fact-finding commission, – Eka Beselia, member of the Ruling Party and Parliament’s Fact-finding Commission on Khorava Street murder case, said when commenting about incident at today’s sitting.
According to Beselia, it is important the Commission to show at least the minimum standard that it is interested in obtaining information from those persons, who are summoned.
“I think today there was the peak of illegality and poor behavior from representatives of the “European Georgia”. They are not interested in the information provided by invited persons. We saw how the procedure and law requirements were violated,” Beselia said.
The member of the parliamentary majority says representatives of European Georgia behaved inappropriately and unworthy.
The meeting of the Parliament’s Fact-finding Commission on Khorava Street murder case has been suspended due to a sharp dispute between lawmakers.