"At first glance, the duty of the institution of the president is to unite the country, not to polarize it. On the contrary, we see that the institution of the president has become an additional source of polarization," Sputnik Georgia quoted her as saying.
According to the deputy, Zurabishvili continues to violate the Constitution, and her inconsistent actions harm the interests of the country.
On September 25, Salome Zurabishvili once again went to the EU countries on a visit without the approval of the local government. Earlier this month, the ruling Georgian Dream party initiated impeachment proceedings against Zurabishvili over her visit to the EU, despite the Cabinet's refusal.
According to the party's chairman, Irakli Kobakhidze, Zurabishvili is not worthy of her post.