Parliamentary Investigative commission will be created, whether today"s government wants it or not - Malkhaz Machalikashvili
How the collecting of signatures to create a parliamentary investigative commission on the case of Temirlan Machalikashvili - this topic was discussed by Malkhaz Machalikashvili and representatives of 18 political parties. At the meeting, once again, all the problems that the father of killed Temirlan comes across were considered and each party took its own share of responsibility to help him.
"The next 3 months are decisive in the fight of the Machalikashvili"s family and in September when the new session starts in Parliament, we should once again raise the issue of the parliamentary investigative commission on voting, we are actively involved not only in Tbilisi but in regions," said Sandra Roelofs.
Tako Charkviani, chairperson of the party "Law and Justice", says that parties have elaborated a plan to ensure that Machalikashvili is not alone on Rustaveli Avenue and they will support the fight to the end.
According to Malkhaz Machalikashvili, many questions were raised at the meeting and the plans were made on further steps. Malkhaz Machalikashvili is convinced that the investigative commission will be created.
"This parliamentary temporary investigative commission will be created, whether today"s government wants it or not," - said Malkhaz Machalikashvili.