Georgian president’s party boykotts Parliament
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 28 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
The parliamentary faction of the Party of the President of Georgia Mikheil Sakashvili 'United National Movement' enters the political boycott and stops its work n the supreme legislative body of the country. As parliamentary Levan Bejashvili said on behalf of the faction, at a time when the authorities destroy the party infrastructure in Tbilisi, they can not discuss "routine laws"."
We can not discuss a bill banning the series and others like this when our colleagues are being detained on trumped-up charges," he said. Bejashvili stressed that next plans of the party will be announced later. On the eve, the financial police of the Ministry of Finance of Georgia detained 4 high-ranking officials of Tbilisi City Hall who are members of the UNM.