No elections will be held in Georgia before 2024, said Irakli Kobakhidze, Chairman of the ruling Georgian Dream (GD) party.
Kobakhidze said that the EU-brokered April 19 Agreement was annulled and no similar documents would be signed in the future.
“The agreement had to do with temporary going beyond the Constitutional frames. This will not happen for the second time,” the GD Chair claimed.
The ruling Georgian Dream (GD) party annulled the EU-brokered April 19 Agreement on July 28. The GD Chair Irakli Kobakhidze said the agreement completed its mission and exhausted itself 100 days after signing as the majority of the opposition politicians abstained from joining it.
European Council President Charles Michel mediated the April 19 Agreement among the Georgian parties to end the political crisis in Georgia.