Shalva Papuashvili: We received an official response from the Venice Commission that the work on the Ukrainian law on de-oligarchization continues

We received an official response from the Venice Commission that the work on the Ukrainian law on de-oligarchization continues, said the Chairman of the Parliament, Shalva Papuashvili.

According to him, the official response also mentions that the report on the Ukrainian model of de-oligarchization will be ready in 2023, although they cannot name a specific date.

"We received an official response from the Venice Commission through the representation of the Georgian Embassy in the Council of Europe, according to which the work on the Ukrainian law continues. It has not been withdrawn and the process is proceeding normally. Also, we were told that the report on this bill will be ready in 2023, although they did not give us the specific date. Therefore, we will consider how appropriate it is to send our draft law to the Venice Commission for a report. This is the latest information we have. There will be a report on the Ukrainian law, although the Venice Commission cannot name a specific date," Papuashvili said.

Shalva Papuashvili answered the question whether the Parliament of Georgia will pass the law on de-oligarchization in all three readings before 2023: "Let's see. That is why we said that our approach was that it was identical to the Ukrainian law, so the report on the Ukrainian law will be relevant for us, although as I told you, the answer is that the report will be available in 2023."

Ambassador of the Republic of Latvia to Georgia: Now, when the door of the European Union is open, please use this historic opportunity
What Has Competition to Do with Inequality?