Giorgi Tkemaladze responds to the opposition's request and states that there is no need for Kakha Kaladze to attend the extraordinary session of the City Council

According to Giorgi Tkemaladze, the Chairman of the Tbilisi City Council, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze will submit an annual report to the Tbilisi City Council in the near future, and there is no need to schedule an extraordinary session.

According to him, the regulation stipulates that when the Chairman of the Council does not call an extraordinary session, the opposition colleagues have the right to schedule a session of the Council and demand that it be held.

"A few days ago, the opposition colleagues addressed the City Council with a joint letter, where they demand the appointment of an extraordinary session, the agenda of which would include the extraordinary report of Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze. As for the Tbilisi Mayor's report, the Tbilisi Mayor has to submit an annual report to the City Council in the near future. He will definitely come to the Council and present the annual report.

As for the scheduling of an extraordinary session, in this case we believe that it will not be correct to introduce an extra political context. The regulation stipulates that when the Chairman of the Council does not schedule an extraordinary session, the opposition colleagues have the right to schedule a session of the Council themselves and demand that the session be held. Accordingly, we are not going to schedule the session in which we have not planned to participate. Therefore, they have the right to do so, and if they wish to," Tkemaladze said.

We remind you that the opposition members of the Tbilisi City Council summoned Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze to the Tbilisi City Council after the tragedy in Vake Park.

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