Georgian Christian-Democrats to present their national security bill
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 24 /Tend News, N. Kirtskhalia/ Right away after beginning of the spring session the fraction of Christian-Democrats of the Georgian Parliament will present the Bill on National Security that has been worked out at their initiative, MP Nika Laliashvili said at a news conference on Dec. 24.
"Georgia doesn't have a national security system and the August war clearly demonstrated that. The draft unites the main principles and trends of national security, the most important issue of the country," MP said, adding that future of any country is based on its national security.
The Bill regulates legal relations in the field of national security among state bodies, organizations and citizens. It also determines purposes, systems and main trends to ensure national security. The Bill envisages setting up of a security council in the country, Laliashvili said.
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