Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara

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The Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara is an authoritative council of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara in Georgia. The council has its seat in Batumi, and consists of 18 members who are elected for four years. The head of the region's government – the Council of Ministers of Adjara is nominated by the President of Georgia who also has powers to dissolve the assembly and government and to overrule local authorities on issues where the constitution of Georgia is contravened.

Chairmen[edit]

Name Period
Aslan Abashidze March 15, 1991–2001
Giorgi Tsintskiladze 2001-?
Levan Varshalomidze March 15, 2004–July 20, 2004
Mikheil Makharadze July 20, 2004–October 28, 2012
Avtandil Beridze October 28, 2012–November 28, 2016
Davit Gabaidze November 28, 2016–Present

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