Georgian Parliament not to hold plenary sessions regarding second round of elections

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Tbilisi, Georgia, June 18
By Nana Kirtzkhalia - Trend:

Georgian Parliament will not hold plenary session regarding the second round of elections. Therefore, plenary sessions will not be held next week.

Georgian Parliament's Speaker David Usupashvil announced the decision.

The decision was made after consultation with the minority and the majority, he said.
"Based on the fact that it is expected the second round of elections in most cities, we decided to continue working in the same mode as before June 15. And, we will review the important issues, including those related to the signing of an association agreement with the EU at the extraordinary meetings," Usupashvili noted.

Edited by CN

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