Georgia, Tbilisi, September 13 /Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia/
The appointment and dismissal of the Georgian Prosecutor General will possibly be a prerogative of the country's Prime Minister. A relevant bill was submitted for consideration by parliament on Friday.
According to the bill, the Georgian Prosecutor General will be appointed by the country's Prime Minister on submission of the Justice Minister. He will not have the right to cancel presidential control over the prosecutor's activity. According to the bill, the Prime Minister will also periodically receive information on the prosecutor's activity.
The author of this legislative initiative is Georgian MP Shalva Shavgulidze. The bill aims to bring the country's legislation into compliance with Georgia's new constitution, which will become effective after the presidential elections scheduled for October 27, 2013.
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