"Dialogue with the opposition regarding the electoral system will take place very soon," Archil Talakvadze, the Chairperson of the Parliament, stated after the meeting organized by the EU Embassy.
Talakavadze noted that there is readiness from all sides to agree on the main principles regarding the electoral system.
"This meeting is a step forward in bringing our key issues together. I will not speak about the details today, but I promise to share the information as soon as the dialogue date is set," the Chairperson of the Parliament said.
Journalists asked whether the ruling party offered the opposition a 110/40 electoral system, but according to Talakvadze, there are far more important issues, and the numbers are of secondary importance.
The dialogue between the authorities and the opposition regarding the electoral system got suspended after the arrest of Gigi Ugulava, one of the leaders of European Georgia.