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Parliament of Georgia resumed work in normal regime2009-06-16 17:19
After 2 months of restrictions and guest sittings, caused by protest action near the parliament building, Georgian MPs resumed work in a normal regime, RIA Novosti reports alluding to the Parliament press service.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Restrictions were introduced on April 13th and concerned the access of journalists and admission of citizens, later the entrance to the building was restricted even for the employees. Sittings of the bureau and the committees were shifted to guest format and were held in regions or in ministries.
Now sittings of the committees will finally be conducted in the Parliament building. The first to hold one will be the Committee on Regional Policy, Self-Governance and Highland Regions. Limitations for mass media representatives' entrance are also lifted. On June 12th the Georgian Parliament held the first plenary meeting in the building of the highest legislative body in Tbilisi - for the first time in 2 months.