Majority MP: Change on funding not refer to any particular parties or political process
Majority MP: Change on funding not refer to any particular parties or political process

The change does not refer to any particular parties, the political process and the constitutional work of the party, Irakli Kadagishvili, Chairman of the parliamentary Committee on Procedural Issues, said in connection with the party funding issue.

“The bill is intended to hold all political parties accountable since they receive money from the people’s budget. If they do not fulfil their duties, not engaged in parliamentary life and deliberately start sabotage and not boycott, as the boycott is part of parliamentary life, in this case, the funding issue should be called into question. The change does not refer to any particular parties, the political process and the constitutional work of the party,” Kadagishvili said.

Under the changes, a political party loses state funding in case of rejection of the parliamentary mandate. The amendments will take effect from February 1, 2022.

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