In particular, according to the diplomat, the amendments refer to limiting the powers of the President on the appointment of the government without the consent of the Parliament. "The passing of the bill will depend on certain members of the minority," Zakarashvili said. He added that Georgian Premier Mr. Ivanishvili wrote a letter to President Mikheil Saakashvili, in which he asked the President to express his position on possible constitutional changes.
However, the diplomat informed that the proposal to elect President in the Parliament provokes a dispute in society. "The ruling coalition has no unified position on the issue. Some stand for the parliamentary model, some - for the direct election of the President. I do not rule out that this issue will be put to referendum," the acting Ambassador said.
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