RAMISHVILI, ISIDOR (1859-1937). Menshevik revolutionary. Trained as a teacher, he represented Kutaisi province at the 1st State Duma in 1905 and later served as a delegate of the Tbilisi Social Democrats to the 4th (amalgamative) RSDRP Congress and of the Baku Social Democrats to the 5th Congress. He was arrested for his revolutionary activities and exiled in 1908-1917. Returning to Georgia, he became member of the Executive Committee of the Petrograd Soviet in 1917. A year later, he was elected to the Constituent Assembly of Georgia and served in the Menshevik government in 1918-1920. He immigrated to France following the fall of the Bolshevik invasion of 1921.