As a representative of the legislative body, I was limited in playing a positive role. Such a statement made Giorgi Khojevanishvili, who is quitting the parliamentary mandate and the party For Georgia.
“I am leaving politics, I am not going to continue my political activities. I am going to return to the private sector.
I was the author of one of the good legislative initiatives, everyone agreed that it would be a step forward, but only because I was an oppositionist, this law, which was supposed to serve the interests of society, did not have support, there were other such cases.
Consequently, I, as a representative of the legislative body, was limited in playing a positive role. This concerns me and I can’t speak for someone else, as a majoritarian MP, I considered that I could not justify the entrusted mandate”, - explained Giorgi Khojevanishvili.
He announced that he was quitting the party and parliamentary mandate yesterday, February 6.