TBILISI, DFWatch–The parliament in Georgia will continue working from Thursday. At noon, a plenary session will start, and before that a session of bureau will be held to agree on the timetable.
The first issue for parliament will be to approve a new government, as this government will no longer have power after a new president has been sworn in on November 17. Then parliament will have to confirm the new government.
MPs suspended work in parliament in October to engage in the election campaign. This is a right which Georgian legislation grants them.
Another issue for parliament is to change the constitution so the location of parliament is not Kutaisi anymore. Members of the ruling coalition hope to revert to having the parliament in Tbilisi by February.