Georgian Parliament Passed Changes to Constitution
Georgia, Tbilisi, 10 October/ N. Kirtskhalia/ On 9 October, the Georgian parliament passed two changes to the constitution in the third final reading to unite General Prosecutor's Office and Ministry of Justice and to determine minimal number of MPs necessary for the establishment of parliament factions. The changes were passed by 117 votes.
According to the changes, the system of prosecutor's office will join Ministry of Justice and become part of government.
The parliament voted for one more reading to the Constitution which envisages resignation of the government after new parliament is elected.
The change was initiated in February of 2008 by the opposition in the parliament of previous call.