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Ivanishvili: Kutaisi must become first educational center in Georgia2012-12-10 11:54
Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili stated that the government and parliament continue to work hard to transfer the parliament agin to Tbilisi. He told this reporters after the meeting with representatives of the parliamentary majority on December 8, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Commenting on the state of the present building of the parliament Ivanishvili explained that everyone knew how quickly this building had been built. He added that "the building was built without a design". According to experts, in the building of the new parliament there are not adjusted ventilation and conditioning, which creates problems to the deputies and members of the administration. "We'll what happens with this building in the summer or even in the spring!" - Ivanishvili said. Transfer of the parliament to Kutaisi has given nothing special to the city itself, except for a few dozen MPs who temporarily live there, Ivanishvili stressed.
"We are working to transfer the parliament agin; and in Kutaisi, there will be built a training center on the place of this building. Kutaisi is surely to become a great center of Georgia", Ivanishvili promised.
As recalled by the Caucasian Knot, in early December the ruling coalition "Georgian Dream", which is majority in the Georgian parliament, officially started the process to amend the Constitution, stipulating the transfer of the parliament from Kutaisi back to Tbilisi. A relevant amendment was registered by the Bureau of the Parliament on December 3. The amendment was signed by more than 75 MPs.