This paper examines the role that the Georgian legislative body played in the outbreak of the two conflicts on the territory of the country as well as the role that it has played since ceasefire was signed with both sides to the conflict until present. The paper consists of four parts. The first two of them are of rather introductory nature providing the reader with the background information about the institutional arrangements and practices in Georgia. They contain information on the parliamentary elections held in the country since 1990, political parties and their dynamic, international assistance, parliamentary rules of procedure, and other. The third part analyzes the role of the Georgian representative body regarding the conflicts from the historical perspective. This is the main part of the paper containing the details of Parliament's activities throughout the period in question. The fourth part contains general conclusions and recommendations.