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Chairman of Parliament to address President

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Publish Time 2017-10-11 12:13:00


Irakli Kobakhidze, Chairman of Parliament will address President with request for summoning of an extraordinary session of parliament on October 13. 

Kobakhidze said during the bureau sitting that the parliament planned to discuss motivated remarks over new edition of Constitution on Friday, Oct.13. 

The supreme legislative body will need 76 votes of lawmakers to override President’s veto. Oppositional MPs share President’s remarks. 


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