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The Georgian constitution takes effect:
After the resignation of the Prime Minister, the dissolution of the Cabinet follows
The resignation of the Georgian Prime Minister, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, was followed by the dissolution of his current Cabinet, in accordance with the constitution of Georgia. The next step is to set up a new cabinet within seven days.

Pursuant to the constitution, within this time, the Georgian President shall present the proposed candidate for the office of prime minister, as chosen by the parliamentary majority. Within these seven days, the designated prime minister shall also present his ministerial candidates and his political program. The Parliament of Georgia must then confirm the new government, which requires at least 76 affirmative votes from the parliamentarians.

The current cabinet assumes the role of an interim government until the new government is established and ratified by the Parliament.
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