Parliamentary majority cannot see anything new or special in the US Department of State’s annual report
25 May, 2012
Parliamentary majority cannot see anything new or special in the US Department of State’s annual report

The parliamentary majority cannot see anything new and special in the US Department of State’s annual report.
Lasha Tordia, the Chairman of the Parliament’s Committee for Human Rights, told journalists that the US Department of State’s annual human rights report says nothing new.
"There is nothing new in it", said Tordia, adding the US Department of State’s report is very important and it should be taken into account.
As for the US ambassador’s concern about harassment of opposition figures, Lasha Tordia explained that they cannot agree with the Department of State on every issue, because sometimes they are provided with inexact information.
He said the Department of State receives information from the non-governmental sector, the parliament, the Public Defender and all those who are working in the human rights area, therefore the government may not agree with some information.
Tordia named harassment of opposition and existence of political prisoners in Georgia as ‘such inexact information’.