Georgian Parliament Speaker Kakha Kuchava has met with the co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) for the monitoring of Georgia on Wednesday.
The parties discussed current political developments, the EU-broked compromise paper, and electoral and judicial reforms, the parliament’s press service reported.
PACE monitors also met with the members of the Parliamentary Delegation of Georgia at PACE.
The planned and ongoing reforms and the government’s steps in this regard were in focus, the press service noted.
The co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe for the monitoring of Georgia, Titus Corlatean (Romania, SOC), Claude Kern (France, ALDE), and Bas Klein, Deputy Head of the PACE Monitoring Department are paying a two-day visit to Georgia.
PACE monitors will hold a meeting with Georgian opposition members on June 3.
After the meetings, PACE monitors will prepare a report on Georgia.