Georgian parliament to move to Kutaisi in 2012
Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept. 11 / Trend , N.Kirtzkhalia/
On Sept. 11, the Georgian Parliament supported the constitutional amendment, envisaging the transfer of the parliament's plenary sessions to Kutaisi in the first reading. A total of 106 parliamentarians voted for the draft and three against.
This decision provides transferring the Georgian Parliament to the second largest city of Georgia - Kutaisi.
The parliamentary opposition was against of this decision, as they believe the move of the parliament will be expensive.
Today in the first reading, the Parliament has voted for the draft of the constitutional amendments relating to the restoration of deputy mandates of the oppositionists, voluntarily refusing from powers of the deputy.
A total of 104 deputies have voted for this proposal and only one has been against.