Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia

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The Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia (Georgian: საქართველოს პარლამენტის თავმჯდომარე, sak'art'velos parlamentis t'avmjdomare) is the Speaker of the House in the Parliament of Georgia. The incumbent speaker is Davit Usupashvili since October 21, 2012. Its predecessors were the National Council (May 1918 – October 1918), the Parliament (1918–1919), the Constituent Assembly (1919–1921), the Supreme Soviet of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (1921–1990) and the Supreme Council of the Republic of Georgia (1990–1992).

List of chairpersons[edit]

Chairman of the National Council[edit]

Chairman of the Parliament[edit]

Chairman of the Constituent Assembly[edit]

Chairmen of the Supreme Council[edit]

# Name Image Took Office Left Office Party
1 Zviad Gamsakhurdia Zviad Gamsakhurdia, Tbilisi, 1988.jpg 14 November 1990 14 April 1991 Round Table — Free Georgia
2 Akaki Asatiani No image.png 14 April 1991 2 January 1992 Union of Georgian Traditionalists

Chairman of the Georgian Parliament[edit]

# Name Image Took Office Left Office Party
1 Eduard Shevardnadze Eduard shevardnadze.jpg 6 November 1992 25 November 1995 Union of Citizens of Georgia

Speakers of the Parliament of Georgia[edit]

# Name Image Took Office Left Office Party
1 Vakhtang Goguadze No image.png 6 November 1992 25 November 1995 Union of Citizens of Georgia
2 Zurab Zhvania Zurab zhavnia senate.JPG 25 November 1995 20 November 1999 Union of Citizens of Georgia
20 November 1999 1 November 2001
3 Nino Burjanadze Nino Burjanadze (Tbilisi, December 5, 2003).jpg 9 November 2001 22 April 2004 Union of Citizens of Georgia /
Burjanadze-Democrats /
United National Movement
22 April 2004 7 June 2008 United National Movement
4 Davit Bakradze David Bakradze Senate of Poland 010.JPG 7 June 2008 21 October 2012 United National Movement
5 Davit Usupashvili David Usupashvili Senate of Poland.JPG 21 October 2012 Incumbent Georgian Dream

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