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The draft Constitutional law considered in Nadzaladevi region
Within public considerations, the draft Constitutional law was discussed in G. Tavartkiladze University in Nadzaladevi region.
Nadzaladevi Single Mandate MPs, Chair of the Human Rights and Civil Integration Committee, Sofo Kiladze and Majority MP, Deputy Chair of the Faction "Georgian Dream", Zaza Gabunia introduced the main principles and directions of the draft.
The experience of European democratic states and interests of Georgian people were considered upon development of the draft. S. Kiladze spoke about necessity of the changes. “The main aspect of the changes is that we develop a very balanced Constitution”.
She spoke about the changes related to human rights, judicial authority and Prosecutor’s office. One of the most important changes is that the clear record is added – social state principle with her personal initiative. This principle ensures the Constitutional level of obligation of the state to render maximal aid to the population within economic development.
The Constitution will be supplemented with the record stating that marriage is unity of a man and a woman. “It is our tradition, culture, it is ordered by our society and it shall not be changed”. She confirmed the decision of the ruling party and stated that the lands will not be alienated. New draft is to be submitted to the Parliament complicating land sale. As to the Court and Prosecutor’s Office, the changes will form these institutions in the manner to prohibit violation of human rights.
Z. Gabunia spoke about land alienation, official language, municipalities and emphasized electoral system changes, Presidential elections and the role of the Government. Relations between the Governmental branches shall be regulated according to the Constitutional law.
He spoke about Government and President, role of Parliament in overseeing the Government and noted that the President will bear the neutralizing function. He spoke about indirect Presidential election and noted that the President indirectly elected can be impartial which is the pre-condition for strong Parliament, effective Government, fair Court as the arbiter between the parties will be the impartial President.
MPs answered the questions. Consideration will continue in various districts of Tbilisi.