Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct.14 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
A parliamentary delegation of Georgia this morning left for Europe to attend the Venice Commission's meeting. The Georgian delegation, headed by the Legal Affairs Committee Chairman Pavle Kublashvili will attend a meeting of the Commission on the Georgian Constitution, the Georgian Parliament told Trend.
The Venice Commission will consider a draft of the Georgian Constitution Oct. 15, which is intended to be approved by the Parliament in the third reading on the same day.
The Venice Commission recommended Georgia not to accept the Constitution until receiving the final recommendations of the organization.
According to Kublashvili, consideration of the last version of the Constitution of Georgia by the Venice Commission will not change anything. "The Venice Commission has already positively assessed this Constitution and called it a step forward European standards, so we know about all the remarks of the Venice Commission and will work over them in the future," he said.
Kublashvili stressed that recommendations of the Venice Commission are very important for Georgia, but the decision is made by the Georgian Parliament. "The VC's recommendation presented earlier helped us to create a modern constitution," he said.