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|Quelle: International Crisis Group 2006|
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|They submitted an “alternative” Action Plan proposal to the Commission delegation in Tbilisi and in Brussels. It was a tactic step from few representatives of the Georgian civil society in order to participate in Action Plan preparation processes. As a consequence, five representatives were invited to sit on the special commission set up by presidential decree to draft the Action Plan. Besides, NGOs were included in information sharing meetings with the State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.||A Georgian civil society coalition submitted an “alternative” Action Plan to the Commission delegation in Tbilisi and in Brussels.152 The initial idea was not to propose an “alternative” but the coalition adopted the tactic when it felt excluded from the official process.153 Five civil society representatives were invited to sit on the special commission set up by presidential decree to draft the Action Plan.154 But the commission met only four times in 2005 and served purely as a consultative body. NGOs were included in information-sharing meetings with the State Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration.
152 Some 70 Georgian NGOs, divided into five working groups and funded by the Open Society-Georgia Foundation, Eurasia Foundation and Heinrich Böll Foundation, worked on this document, “Recommendations on Georgia’s Action Plan for the European Neighbourhood Policy”. It can be viewed at: http://osgf.ge/miscdocs/eu/ ENG-ENP-Action-Plan-NGO-Recomm.doc.
153 Crisis Group interview with Tinatin Khidasheli, former chair of the Open Society-Georgia Foundation board, February 2006.
154 Civil society was particularly critical of early Action Plan drafts prepared by the government which included no mention of human rights, conflict, or minority issues. They disapprove of the drafting process, which they feel lacked transparency. Some NGO representatives complained drafts were shared with them only after they had been discussed with Brussels. Crisis Group interview, member of the government commission, February 2006.
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