Tea Tsulukiani: I don't think in 2020 Georgian people will bring the Nationals back to power
The Justice Minister called the recommendations of the CoE Parliamentary Rapporteurs on the competition of the Supreme Court of Georgia superficial and immature.
“Parliament is doing everything to ensure that committee hearings are open and that anyone who wishes to come and ask candidates questions. The sessions are not closed and show unprecedented transparency and openness to the process.
The main thing is that the Supreme Court should be significantly filled. There are too many disputes hanging in the air and it directly hurts the interest of our citizens.
As for the recommendations of the CoE Parliamentary Rapporteurs, where it was discussed, it would be good if they were not fully completed and a minimum number would be set.
It is a political proposition, not a legal one, such a recommendation was made by the Venice Commission in its conclusion, which has nothing to do with law or reform.
Somehow these people, who are politicians (speakers) themselves, think that it is better to have a certain number of judges elected after 2020 and once I am joked, you are pretty sure that another power will come to power after 2020.
So the illusion that the Nationals will be back in 2020 and let's just name the rest of the candidates, I think if it's funny, that's funny.
I hope that by 2020 the "Georgian notion" will hold the elections with dignity, and if it does not, I do not think that the Georgian people will return to the Nationals in power.
Therefore, when giving a recommendation, you should analyze. Here's such a bad assessment I have of this recommendation. I do not favor it, I think it is a very superficial and immature recommendation. "