28 Members of the Parliament did not initiate any legislation and did not address the Parliament at plenary sessions for the past year, Transparency International Georgia said in its assessment of the performance of the Georgian Parliament in the first year. The organization presented the document, covering the period between 21 October, 2012 to 21 October 2013, on 23 April.
According to TI Georgia, out of the above mentioned 28 MPs, 13 were representatives of the Parliamentary majority group, 8 of the Parliamentary minority, and 7 of them did not belong to either. According to the report, 121 MPs used their right to address the Parliament at the plenary sessions, and the right to initiate legislation was used by only 54 members of the Parliament.
Among 51 MPs who addressed the Parliament at plenary sessions more than 30 times during the past year, 28 were representatives of the Parliamentary majority, 21 – of the Parliamentary minority, and 2 belonged to neither.
MPs Vakhtang Khmaladze, Koba Davitashvili, Pavle Kublashvili, Sergo Ratiani and Zakaria Kutsnashvili were leading in terms of the number of addresses at the plenary sessions, TI Georgia said, while MPs Irine Imerlishvili, Koba Davitashvili, Davit Onoprishvili, Irakli Sesiashvili and Giorgi Tsagareishvili were leading in terms of the number of initiated legislations.