Georgia, Tbilisi, June 1 / Trend , N.Kirtskhalia/
Radical opposition delayed the signing of the Charter obligations for a number of reasons for June 2, the opposition press centre reported.
Opposition leaders adopted the Charter obligations on May 26, but it some changes have been made, so the opposition leaders will sign a more extended version of the document.
Under the Charter, opposition leaders are to the public commitment to hold fair and free elections, to ensure the independence of the judiciary, public control over the security forces, freedom of media tools, unacceptability of political persecution, balancing all branches of government, a balanced foreign policy and economic development.
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