Irakli Kobakhidze and Zurab Zhvania’s
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According to Irakli Kobakhidze, Chairman of Parliament, development of Parliamentaryism in Georgia is the merit of Zurab Zhvania. He stated about it at the ceremony dedicated to the 55th anniversary of the chairperson of the 4th and 5th Parliament of Georgia and former Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania, which was held in the Parliament. Interpressnews agency reports.
According to Irakli Kobakhidze, Zurab Zhvania’s special role is also to establish Georgia’s foreign policy course.
“Zurab Zhvania took the highest political responsibility on himself and this responsibility was imposed at the time when our statehood was still in the process of formation, yet it was not clear yet, even our foreign policy course and Zurab Zhvania was the man who In everything, he played a special role ored Zurab Zhvania is due to the fact that developing our statehood, our developing parliamentarism. developing and strengthening our positions and foreign cultural direction “, – said the chairman.
According to the Chairman of the Parliament, it is difficult to say why the investigation of the death of Zurab Zhvania was not completed.
“There may be different reasons for this, including the fact that the tragic fact has passed since years and the risk is to destroy the evidence for years, and therefore it is possible to evaluate why the investigation could not be completed,” said Irakli Kobakhidze .
Former Prime Minister of Georgia Zurab Zhvania will be 55 years old today. Salome Zourabichvili, the tomb of Zurab Zhvania decorated with flowers in Didube Pantheon.
Zurab Zhvania started his political career in 1988. He formed a group of young people with the support of science and established an ecological association, on which the movement “Georgian Greens” was created. In 1992 he became the first co-chairman of the European “Greens” from Eastern Europe.
Since 1995, during the period of Zurab Zhvania’s Parliamentary Speaker, the Parliament of Georgia has created a completely new legislative system based on the principles of democracy, human rights and market economy, which greatly contributed to Georgia’s integration into international society.
On January 27, 1999, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe unanimously supported Georgia’s accession to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. In his speech, Georgian politician has made a historic phrase – “I’m Georgian and therefore I am European.”
Since February 2004, Zurab Zhvania has been the prime minister of the country. Georgian politician died on February 3, 2005, 41 years old.