MEP Andrius Kubilius to Georgian delegation: Is there any opposition leader in Georgia who has not been summoned to the Prosecutor's Office?

The leaders of your parties have promised me that there would be proportional elements in the electoral system, so tell them that I am still waiting for this result, because international confidence in your election will be very limited without this, - MEP Andrius Kubilius in Brussels said at the European Parliament’s Foreign Relations Committee session, where he talked about the situation in Georgia.

MEPs spoke after speeches were delivered by State Minister of Georgia for Reconciliation and Civil Equality Ketevan Tsikhelashvili and Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Georgia Kakha Kuchava. Sandra Kalniet touched upon several issues that she said did not refer to Georgia's democracy.

“I have had many meetings with opposition representatives as well as with the ruling party, including the party leader and the speaker of parliament. So I would like to ask you to convey a very simple message to them. They promised me that the dialogue would work and that there would be proportional elements in the electoral system. So tell them that I am still waiting for this result, because international confidence in your election will be very limited without this.

And finally, can you tell me is there any opposition leader in Georgia who has not been summoned to the Prosecutor's Office?” Andrius Kubilius said.

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