There is no difference of opinion on the constitutional changes in the opposition parties, except for the issue of early elections - for me early elections is not an interesting demand at this stage, for them this issue remains on the agenda, said Levan Ioseliani, MP, Deputy Speaker of Parliament.
According to him, after the self-government elections, where the Georgian Dream has overcome the 43 percent threshold, talking about the issue of early elections will damage the prospect that the opposition will achieve something.
"Constitutional changes are needed to end the polarization and to have a better parliament in 2024. A multi-party parliament is the right solution in a country like ours, in a parliamentary republic, so this is an issue that needs to be debated and we and other parties should continue to think with the ruling party. A one-time 2 percent threshold recorded in the project is normal, but a 3 percent threshold for a country like ours is the threshold that needs to be determined in the end," Ioseliani said.