On April 3, 2018, the Faculty of Law and International Relations of Georgian Technical University organized the first Deputy Chairman of the Parliament of Georgia Tamar Chugoshvili with the students and professors in the GTU central library. The meeting was opened by the Rector of Georgian Technical University, academician Archil Prangishvili, who thanked Ms. Tamar Chugoshvili for the visit. The Rector of GTU spoke about the scientific research activities of the University and highlighted the results of the Faculty of Law and International Relations and the trends developed by the Faculty of new fields, such as: Engineering Law, Investigation Law, Transport Law, etc. GTU Speaker Prof. Jemal Gakhokidze, GTU Chancellor, Professor Keti Kokrashvili, Dean of Faculty of Law and International Relations Prof. Irakli Gabisonia, Faculty Manager Ana Putkaradze, Professors and Students attended the event. First Deputy Chairman of the Parliament Tamar Chugoshvili held a public lecture on students’ topical issues. Focusing on the activities of the Parliament, in particular the supervisory function and determination of the main directions of the policy. The Vice Speaker underlined the necessity of cooperation between the Georgian Technical University and the Parliament of Georgia, she said, “The Parliament is strengthening when it cooperates with the research centers of University , because all the laws passed by the parliament should be based on strong research activities and close cooperation with universities. Tamar Chugoshvili responded to students’ questions: gender quotation, electoral system, number of MPs, pension system and others. Prof. Irakli Gabisonia, the Dean of the Faculty of Law and International Relations, presented the textbooks issued by the faculty scientific-research projects to Tamar Chugoshvili.
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