Opposition MP Gia Tortladze has started working on the Georgian Patriot Act. The MP explains that adopting the document will be an effective instrument for spy disclosure in the country. Gia Tortladze says, a newly created alliance will prepare the project and present it to the parliament and the Security Council later.
Willingness to adopt the Patriot Act was first expressed by the Georgian president when talking about the Russian aggression to the representatives of the local government in Poti town last year. The opposition slammed the proposal then and therefore no public discussions were held on the issue.
The Patriot Act was created in the US after the September 11 tragedy in 2001 and it aims to fight terrorism and external threats.