Georgia, Tbilisi, Oct. 4 / Trend N. Kirtzkhalia /
The Georgian parliament will hold its last meeting on Friday and will stop working for a month.
The decision was taken after consultations between the chairman of the supreme legislative body of the country David Usupashvili and members of the parliamentary majority.
Usupashvili added that parliament is entitled to stop working during the presidential election, although a break should not last longer than one month.
After the break is announced, MPs will have the opportunity to actively engage in the election campaign of the presidential candidates in Georgia.
The presidential election in Georgia will be held on October 27.