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Georgian Parliament to continue working in the extraordinary regime2009-06-01 16:59
The Parliament of Georgia will not return to the work in the normal regime this week, RIA Novosti report alluding to the Parliament's press service.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In early April, when mass anti-presidential protest actions started, the Parliament shifted to the extraordinary regime: sittings of committees and bureau were shifted to the "guest format".
In the light of the messages on the possible resumption of plenary sittings starting with Tuesday, opposition claimed they will start picketing the Parliament in the morning.
The press service added that functioning of the Parliament in the normal regime depends on the political situation in the country.
Opposition stated that in case the sitting on Tuesday is not held, picket will be postponed. "Though opposition is mobilized and ready to start a picket in any moment," said Eka Beselia, one of the Movement for United Georgia leaders.