We know that the draft law on deoligarchization passed the second reading in the parliament. In our opinion, it is very important that this bill be sent to the Venice Commission, – said the Ambassador of the European Union to Georgia, Pawel Herczynski.
He noted that the Venice Commission can publish its own recommendations and these recommendations will be taken into account.
“It is up to Georgia to decide what the process of deoligarchization will be. It is about the creation of a systemic framework that excludes the unwanted interest and influence of individuals on politics. Georgians must decide to implement this by adopting a law. We hope that this draft will be sent to the Venice Commission and the recommendations of the Venice Commission will be taken into account,” the ambassador said.