Tbilisi, Georgia, March 10
The Georgian parliament can return from Kutaisi, where it moved in 2012, to Tbilisi in the near future, Georgia Online reported.
The parliamentary majority representative David Saganelidze voiced this initiative.
"As for the expenditure reduction, the Georgian parliament is located in two cities," he said. "I urge the opposition to support the initiative of the majority. According to it, the legislative body will return to Tbilisi."
The parliament can change its location only in case of emergency and defense situation in accordance with the Constitution.