We have held something more than a plebiscite – the elections, Gia Volski, First Vice Speaker of the Parliament said.
“Depending on the situation, we should hold discussions. We have held something more than a plebiscite – the elections. The Georgian people made their choice. Any activity or suspicion that can question results of the elections, will be unacceptable for the interests of the public and our country,” Volski said.
Iago Khvichia, a member of Girchi Party today confirmed that holding a plebiscite is among the demands, which the opposition submitted to the facilitator Ambassadors during the meeting on December 4. The question of the plebiscite will be: Do you agree or not on holding of snap elections?