Georgian parliamentary minority refuses to work in parliament for two days due to rally preparation
Georgia, Tbilisi, April 18 / Trend, N. Kirtzkhalia /
The parliamentary minority will not participate in the work of the supreme legislative body in connection with the United National Movement's rally planned to be held on April 19, minority leader David Bakradze told the media today.
He added that the minority will fail to participate in the work of the parliament on April 18-19. This applies not only to the committee, but also to plenary sessions.
"I wanted to inform our colleagues so they could take this into account," Bakradze said.