12 September 2001 TBILISI, 11 September (Sarke)–Georgian Parliamentary Chairman Zurab Zhvania proposed to set up an Anti-Corruption Monitoring Council that would assess every draft law before legislation can be adopted by the parliament. Zhvania explained that step as necessary to restore confidence in the nation, considering the elements of corruption existing within the parliament. Zhvania […]

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