Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb. 26 / Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
A meeting of the EU-Georgia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee was held at the European Parliament.
The parties discussed the situation in Georgia, the Georgian Parliament told Trend on Tuesday.
The parliamentary majority representatives who took part in the meeting for the first time, as well as the parliamentary minority representatives attended the debates. Parliamentary majority representative Tina Khidasheli heads the Georgian delegation.
Minority representatives have drawn attention to the issues of pressure on the media, courts, as well as prosecution of political opponents. They stated that today the supporters of the former authorities in Georgia are persecuted despite the transfer of power. They also pointed to the difficulty of co-habitation between the team of President Saakashvili and the government of Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Meanwhile, majority representatives stated that the rule of democratic principles is being formed in Georgia. This will lead to the restoration of justice in the country.
Khidasheli added that as a result of objective investigation, the prosecutor's office began to call to account former officials guilty of law violations.
European parliamentarians said that they cannot judge the parties and called on the parties to seek a peaceful coexistence.
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