Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct.21 / Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
Georgian parliament elected vice-speakers at its first meeting on Sunday.
First vice-speaker became the leader of "Georgian dream - democratic Georgia" Manana Kobakhidze. For her candidate voted 92 deputies from 150.
Vice-speakers of the Georgian Parliament elected from the majority became the leader of the Conservative Party Zviad Dzidziguri (92 - for, 0 - against), the representative of "Free Democrats" Zurab Abashidze (90 - for, 0 - against) vice-speaker from Adjaria in parliament became Murman Dumbadze (81 - for, 0 - against), from the parliamentary minority vice-speaker post took the former Georgian State Minister for European Integration Giorgi Baramidze (92 - for, against - 27).
It should be noted that Zurab Tkemaladze refused from the post of vice-speaker, because he believes that post third vice-speaker is unnecessary.
This post will be reduced.
It should be stressed that according to the CEC preliminary data, billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili's "Georgian Dream" coalition will get 85 deputy mandates in the new parliament, while the former ruling party, led by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili will be represented in the legislative body by 65 MPs.
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