The Georgian parliament will continue working in plenary sessions’ format in Tbilisi starting January of 2019.
Based on the information of First Channel, the decision is already made in the ruling team that parliament is fully returned to Tbilisi.
The parliament building in Kutaisi will presumably be handed over to Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA). The ministry will reportedly allocate several units in the building including Police Academy and Information Center -112.
The new Constitution, which will be enforced after inauguration of a president, does not define the location of the Georgian parliament.
The Georgian parliament began activities in Kutaisi starting October 21, 2012. Upon the decision of former Chairman of Parliament Davit Usupashvili, the parliamentary committees resumed work in Tbilisi in 2014.