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Most Georgians against Parliament’s transfer to Kutaisi2009-08-10 12:44
Most participants of the survey, conducted by Kviris Palitra [Georgian weekly] are against the plans to transfer the Parliament to the West of the country, to Kutaisi, the second biggest city of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The results of the survey were published today - Trend.
13.6 per cent of 394 respondents are for, 68.7 per cent are against, and all the rest have difficulty answering.
At the same time, the idea by MP Akaki Bobokhidze of transfer starting with 2012, was endorsed by the President and the parliamentary majority.
The authorities of Georgia connect the coming transfer with decentralization, opposition - with protest rallies which had allowed no work in the building in Rustaveli Avenue for a long time.
In case the idea will be implemented sessions will be held in Kutaisi [appr 147 miles away from the capital], and committee hearings - in Tbilisi.