Op-ed: Can a single-party parliament function in Georgia?

26 November 2020
Parliament of Georgia (photo credit: cinto2/flickr)
Parliament of Georgia (photo credit: cinto2/flickr)
Both rounds of parliamentary elections in Georgia are over, and the ruling party has received 48 percent of the vote in the proportional vote, and won both rounds in all 30 majoritarian constituencies. The Georgian Dream thus won 90 seats in the 150-seat parliament, and the rest of the seats were distributed among eight opposition parties. However, all eight opposition parties in parliament refuse to take up their seats in parliament because they believe the elections were rigged.
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