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The parliament will approve the bill connected to “Must Carry” this week
16:19 25.06.2012
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The parliament will consider the legislative initiative in connection with the so-called Must Carry principle in an expedited regime this week.  

Parliament Speaker David Bakradze made statement regarding this on today’s Bureau session. 

According to him, details of the initiative will be defined today, in the afternoon and will be submitted to the Bureau. 

According to the speaker’s statement, plenary sessions of the parliament will be held on Thursday and Friday of the current week, where a bill regarding broadcasters’ obligatory transit will be reviewed and approved in an expedited regime.


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