Due to the holidays announced in the country, parliamentary activities will be suspended.
There will be no sittings of the Parliamentary Bureau and Committees, which should have been the parliamentary activity of the current week. Presumably, the plenary sitting scheduled to be held next week will also be postponed.
The initiation of the amnesty bills submitted to the Parliament relating to the events of June 20 and the start of the committee hearings have been postponed until the end of the holidays.
For the record, in connection with the coronavirus, May 4-11 was declared a holiday in Georgia, aiming to reduce public mobility.
On May 3-12, municipal transport will not operate throughout the country.
However, the movement of intercity transport will not be restricted.