Georgian Dream will not attend the extraordinary parliamentary session called by Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili, parliamentary majority member Anri Okhanashvili said.
According to him, this process is contrary to the recommendation of the European Commission on depolarization.
“Instead of a business format, they offer elements of a political show.” This, in its very essence, at the very beginning, contradicts the very first point of the European Commission, about depolarization. That is, our participation in this process means a deepening of polarization, and therefore, if we take part in a process that contradicts the first point of the 12 points of the European Commission, and we come to the session and hold political debates, political struggle will begin, etc. At the moment, this is not consistent with the depolarization plan. We are working for the European perspective of our country, if they join us, the door is open,” Okhanashvili said.