Georgian Parliament Speaker Archil Talakvadze echoed the decision by the ruling Georgian Dream related to the EU-backed proposal.
“We will not agree to any substantive additions. Negotiations on the terms are over on our part. We call on the opposition to take responsible steps.
We expressed our readiness to sign the renewed document. We’ve mentioned in our statement and discussed within the team the issue to increase indicator of confidence to 43 %, even though the 40% indicator is determined by the Constitution and electoral legislation, in compliance with March 8 Agreement,” Archil Talakvadze said.
Parliament Speaker has optimistic expectations regarding the upcoming self-government elections.
“I would like to address the society, especially our supporters, that we will win the self-government elections together again and convincingly because the Georgian Dream has shown that the interests of its citizens and the state are paramount to it,” he added.
President of the European Council Charles Michel published a new proposal on April 18. Ruling Georgian Dream and several oppositional political parties expressed readiness to sign renewed EU-backed compromise paper.