Georgia, Tbilisi, August 2 / Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia /
Members of the Georgian government met with the diplomatic corps on Friday and talked about the process of preparation for presidential elections.
As MP Tina Khidasheli told journalists on Friday, this was a major goal of the meeting.
"We are ready to give information to both local and international organizations and listen to their recommendations. The case was the actions of the executive power in the pre-election period. The Georgian Foreign Ministry also informed the diplomats about the simplification of registration in consulates for Georgian citizens living abroad," Khidasheli said.
The Minister of Justice Thea Tsulukiani talked about the transfer of an Interdepartmental Commission to provide fair Election from the jurisdiction of National Security Council to the jurisdiction of Justice Ministry. Tina Khidasheli talked about the legislative changes adopted by the parliament recently, which have already been submitted to the president for signing.
"I hope that, Saakashvili will not use his right of veto this time and will not delay the process. We have discussed the bill about financing the parties, which will be viewed by the parliament next week," Khidasheli noted.
The meeting with the diplomats in Georgia's Foreign Ministry lasted nearly an hour. US ambassador Richard Norland participated.
Presidential elections in Georgia will be conducted on October 27.