David Zalkaliani has attended the event as part of the celebrations of the centenary anniversary of Georgian parliamentarism

12.03.2019, Tbilisi – The Georgian Foreign Minister, David Zalkaliani attended the Robert Sturua’s production of Fate of Kartli at the Rustaveli Academic Theatre as part of the celebrations of the centenary anniversary of Georgian parliamentarism.
 
The event was attended by the Chairman of the Parliament, Irakli Kobakhidze, the Prime Minister, Mamuka Bakhtadze, the Tbilisi Mayor, Kakha Kaladze, other representatives of the legislative and executive authorities and heads of the diplomatic missions accredited in Georgia.

The history of the Georgian Constituent Assembly dates back 100 years, when it convened its first session on 12 March 1919. With its composition and two-year activities, the Constituent Assembly went as a unique case on the record of Georgian and even world democracy.