New security rules will come into force in the Parliament of Georgia

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The Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia Shalva Papuashvili presented the new security rules for the Palace of Parliament to the deputies at the meeting of the Bureau of the Legislative Body, which will come into force on 18 September. The new rules define the conditions of admission and entry to the Parliament building, the rules of behavior of visitors to the Palace of Parliament and the consequences of their violation, as well as different levels of security depending on the expected danger.

According to the order of the Chairman of the Parliament, the visitor is obliged to maintain "peace and order" in the Palace of the Parliament of Georgia and "refrain from such actions that may interfere with the activities of the Parliament of Georgia and the course of events in the Parliament of Georgia." The visitor is prohibited from displaying a banner and distributing informational materials, as well as pasting or otherwise placing materials intended for demonstration (posters, banners, inscriptions, etc.) in the Palace of the Parliament of Georgia.

According to the new rules, the visitor is prohibited from communicating with journalists in the room reserved for briefings of deputies of the Parliament of Georgia, without the consent of the Department of Public Relations and Information of the Office of the Parliament of Georgia.

The visitor is obliged to obey the instructions of an employee of the Special State Security Service and an authorized representative of the Mandate Holders Service of the Parliament of Georgia in the Parliament Palace. In addition, according to the rules, the Chairman of the Parliament is authorized to apply preventive measures based on an assessment of the severity of the violation and the risk of its recurrence, in particular, to restrict the visitor's entrance to the Palace of the Parliament of Georgia for up to 1 year.

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New security rules will come into force in the Parliament of Georgia

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Read: 426     11:00     07 Сентябрь 2023    

The Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia Shalva Papuashvili presented the new security rules for the Palace of Parliament to the deputies at the meeting of the Bureau of the Legislative Body, which will come into force on 18 September. The new rules define the conditions of admission and entry to the Parliament building, the rules of behavior of visitors to the Palace of Parliament and the consequences of their violation, as well as different levels of security depending on the expected danger.

According to the order of the Chairman of the Parliament, the visitor is obliged to maintain "peace and order" in the Palace of the Parliament of Georgia and "refrain from such actions that may interfere with the activities of the Parliament of Georgia and the course of events in the Parliament of Georgia." The visitor is prohibited from displaying a banner and distributing informational materials, as well as pasting or otherwise placing materials intended for demonstration (posters, banners, inscriptions, etc.) in the Palace of the Parliament of Georgia.

According to the new rules, the visitor is prohibited from communicating with journalists in the room reserved for briefings of deputies of the Parliament of Georgia, without the consent of the Department of Public Relations and Information of the Office of the Parliament of Georgia.

The visitor is obliged to obey the instructions of an employee of the Special State Security Service and an authorized representative of the Mandate Holders Service of the Parliament of Georgia in the Parliament Palace. In addition, according to the rules, the Chairman of the Parliament is authorized to apply preventive measures based on an assessment of the severity of the violation and the risk of its recurrence, in particular, to restrict the visitor's entrance to the Palace of the Parliament of Georgia for up to 1 year.

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