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The State Constitutional Commission
The State Constitutional Commission was created by the Resolution N65-Iს of the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, dated as of December 15, 2016.
The aim of the Commission is to elaborate the draft law on revision of the Constitution of Georgia, the adoption of which shall provide for the full compliance of the Constitution with the fundamental principles of the Constitutional Law, and creation of the Constitutional system, in the interest of a long-term democratic development of the country.
The Commission acts based on the principles of collegiality, transparency and inclusiveness, involving a wide circle of society in the process of elaboration and discussion of the draft law on the Revision of the Constitution of Georgia.
The Composition of the Commission was approved by the Order N253/3 of the Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia, dated December 23, 2016. There are 73 members in the Commission.
There are four working groups within the Commission:
- The working group on the issues of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms, the Judiciary, Preamble and the General and Transitional provisions of the Constitution of Georgia;
- The working group on the issues on the Parliament of Georgia, Finances and Control and revision of the Constitution of Georgia;
- The working group on the issues of the President of Georgia, The Government of Georgia and the defense;
- The working group on the issues of administrative-territorial arrangement and local self-governance.