In 2012, the Parliament of Georgia was relocated from Tbilisi to Kutaisi by then-president Mikheil Saakashvili.
The move was meant to give a boost to the city of Kutaisi. However, after the Parliament elections in 2012, which were won by the Georgian Dream coalition, plans were made to move the Parliament back to Tbilisi due to communication issues with other government institutions and high travel expenses.
As an impartial observer, I have always seen the potential benefits of moving the Parliament to Kutaisi. The city has also gained a new Parliament building and an international airport, which seemed like positive developments.
The Georgian Parliament building now is located in Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia. It was previously located in Kutaisi, but was relocated back to Tbilisi after the 2012 Parliament elections.