“European integration has multiple benefits for Georgia,” says Tamar Zoidze, 18. “It guarantees stability and peace and it’s also good for the economy and Georgian producers. If Georgia fulfils all requirements of the Association Agreement, we all will live in a more democratic, safer and stronger country.”
Georgia amended its constitution to shift to a fully parliamentary system of democracy in 2018. At the end of the year, the Parliament of Georgia adopted a new version of its guiding document, the Rules of Procedure, which spells out the roles and responsibilities of the country’s now most powerful democratic institution. The EU and UNDP have been supporting the Parliament throughout this challenging process, providing expertise and resources needed for the success of these critical reforms.
The information campaign for youth is part of this broad assistance which aims to enhance the role of parliament in all key areas of governance and to increase citizens' involvement in decision-making.