The temporary suspension of parliamentary activities will not be effective in this case, Nika Melia, the former Chairman of the United National Movement, writes on Facebook.
“We have to act with a correct perception of reality and a pragmatic plan to get results.
The temporary suspension of parliamentary activity cannot be effective in this case.
If the party remains in the Parliament, then the MPs have to fight inside the building and create discomfort.
If the party leaves the Parliament, it should leave, and parliamentarians should join the fight from outside the Parliament.
By being in the boycott mode, we create comfort only for the ruling party”, - writes Nika Melia.