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It is not yet known if President plans to veto the constitutional changes


It is not yet known if Georgia’s President Giorgi Magvelashvili plans to veto Constitutional changes. The consultations over the issue will be held today.

Giorgi Margvelashvili invited all the parties, participating in the process, to the presidential palace, although the majority offers its own format of the meeting.

With 117 votes for and 2 – against, Georgian lawmakers approved Constitutional changes during the extraordinary session of the parliament September 26. 

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