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Margvelashvili vows to protect presidential powers in the face of GD-dominated parliament

by | Nov 18, 2016

giorgi_margvelashvili_annual_address_2015Tbilisi, DFWatch – President Giorgi Margvelashvili said that he wouldn’t tolerate acts directed against state institutions in his welcoming speech on Friday at the opening session of the newly elected parliament.

The most important part of his agenda was to protect state institutions, especially president’s one, Margvelashvili said.

“This was the reality that myself and my team has faced,” he said, referring to constant power struggle with the ruling Georgian Dream and personally with Bidzina Ivanishvili, formerly his allies.

Margvelashvili added that he would also protect ‘constitutional rights of media, state institutions and civil society in my country…  On the other hand, I would like to express my readiness for active cooperation with newly elected parliament.”

The new parliament, in which Georgian Dream holds enough seats to amend constitution, it is believed that it would somehow curtail presidential power.



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