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Why does a beautiful lady need economy?2010-08-06 10:42
You are so unkind, aren't you? Why are you getting at a young lady for her dancing with somebody in a strip club? Is she supposed to dance lezginka as a patriotic gesture - only because she was appointed Georgia's minister of economy? She can only be sympathized with. Before the appointment she had a life of a common person.
Before 2010 Vera Kobalia, 28, was living in a Canadian province helping to sell bread and pies in European Bread bakery (Vancouver) owned by her family. Now she is the minister of economic development in another country, in Georgia. The girl was appointed to this position after the meeting with Georgian president at the time of Winter Olympics in Vancouver. If the meeting had not taken place, she would most probably keep living in British Columbia.
An accident, as they say. Vera was one of the representatives of Georgian community of Vancouver meeting with Mikheil Saakashvili on his visit to the Olympics. Saakashvili fell for her so strongly that it made Ms. Kobalia go back to her historical motherland to start work in an NGO. Soon she was given a minister's portfolio.
Her father confesses he was somewhat "shocked" at the news of her appointment. "This is such a high responsibility, - he says. - This is not a prize that you get... I hope Vera will succeed, that she will do something for Georgia and will be a pride both to Georgia and Canada - where she grew up and got her education".
She will give something, but what exactly? Naturally, hot-tempered Georgians are full of indignation. For instance, Nodar Javakhisshvili, former president of the National Bank, stated: "I won't call her minister, this could only occur to Saakashvili. The fact that she agreed to accept the appointment, doesn't show her in good light".
You are wrong, batono Nodar, since it's not the place that adorns a person, but a person with such curves that will be able to get more handouts, ooops - investments. But what Javakhishvili is right about is this: "Please, think how ambitious must a person be to take the post of the country's main economic authority chief without required education or experience!" On the whole, he says the right things.
Her practical activities also look like an entertainment show. According to the published information, Kobalia started her career in the health care system, then she suddenly switched over to entertainment shows on TV. Then - also in a frenzy - she went in for marketing and then was placed in charge of the NGO protecting the rights of forced evictees. The apotheosis of her rushes is the minister's portfolio.
She started off straight ahead. Going to villages, to enterprises, you think? Not at all - to Ajaria information center for tourism. Finding empty rooms there she decided to dismiss all the employees: if they are not at work, they will not return! But did the Canadian lady think: what a madman will go on a vacation to Ajaria when Saakashvili does not repeat about expected Russian aggression only at night?
Let's omit the lady's curves and all feelings and get down to the core issue. For Saakashvili she is a successful business woman which is enough to take the country of the mess. Does it sound nonsense? Complete nonsense! A successful business person can't be also a good minister. A business person has a different world outlook, a different mentality aimed at high profits. While the minister's task is to take care of prosperity in the country for which the mademoiselle is not ready at all.