Saturday, 25 February 2017
Archive by 2009-05-26
Presidents of Lithuania and Ukraine to arrive in Tbilisi on Day of Independency 2009-05-26 19:03 Today, on the Day of Independency of Georgia, President of Lithiania,Valdas Adamkus, the President of Ukraine, Viktor Yushchenko, and the Foreign Minister of France, Bernard Kouchner, will arrive in Tbilisi - The Vzglyad reports alluding to Georgian mass media.
General director of the United Telecom of Georgia left his position 2009-05-26 18:54 Adilkhan Temirbekov, the citizen of Kazakhstan, left his position of the general director of the United Telecom of Georgia – Trend Capital.
Three Georgian opposition parties decided to act independently 2009-05-26 17:18 "All can stand with all, as it was before, no longer. Starting with tomorrow we begin implementation of the schemes we presented the opposition and which they didn’t accept. Starting with tomorrow Freedom, women’s party For Freedom and Independence [Guguli Magradze] and Union of Traditionalists [Akaki Asatiani] will pass to the regime of emergency, and our main aim will be the total demolition of
Opposition supporters walking to the cathedral 2009-05-26 16:36 Opposition supporters, participants of the “civil parade” left the stadium and are walking to the Holy trinity Cathedral to hold a meeting with Ilia II, the Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia.
Opposition calls on world community to interfere 2009-05-26 16:20 "The people must be given the opportunity to make a free choice and change power peacefully", the address, read around in front of the today’s civil procession, claims. The document is entitled “Address to governments of democratic countries, international organizations and friendly disposed people".
Over 60 000 protesters chanted “Misha, go away!” for several minutes 2009-05-26 15:43 These chants were the reply to the opposition leaders’ call to express the attitude to the present-day President. Opposition leaders themselves stated they will “continue peaceful protest actions with the demand of Saakashvili’s resignation and will surely make the President resign".
“Civil parade” was started with a silence minute 2009-05-26 15:29 "Let us commemorate all those who died for Georgia. Today is the day of our independence and birthday of Merab Kostava [Georgian public figure], let us remember him, and all those who strived for independency of the country, and honor their memory", said poet David Magradze to dozens of thousands participants.
Opposition and authorities of Georgia acquainted themselves with the statement of the USA and the EU 2009-05-26 14:30 "The dialog must be not demonstrative, but real. Till the authorities do not recognize the existence of crisis in the country, there will be no dialog", said Levan Gachechiladze, the United Opposition leader.
Georgian opposition to adopt the Charter of responsibilities to the people 2009-05-26 13:37 This document will contain the principles in accordance with which the country must live, including the freedom of mass media, protection of human rights, freedom of speech and civil rights, and independent court. That is what the present-day authority lacks", Gachechiladze sad before the beginning of the action in Dinamo stadium.
Georgian opposition to change tactics after May 26 2009-05-26 12:56 After the civil parade on May 26th , National Forum party leaders will go to the regions to start work with population, said Gubaz Sanikidze, the party leader last night in the air of Maestro TV channel.
Burjanadze sued Saakashvili in Tbilisi court 2009-05-26 12:35 Burjanadze wants the president to bear responsibility for derogation and impairment of her business reputation.
Opposition to celebrate the Day of Independence with a civil parade 2009-05-26 11:29 Today Georgia celebrates the day of independence. 91 years ago, on May 26th 1918 the democratic government of Georgia, headed by Noe Jordania, proclaimed the independence of the country. Before that date, starting with 1801, Georgia was a constituent part of the Russian Empire.
Tbilisi is ready to bargain with Yerevan
The Georgian delegation in Armenia has recently proposed negotiations with Yerevan as to the joined boundary delimitation. Verbally, the Armenian representative was satisfied by the Armenian-Georgian dialogue. However, Armenia cannot but get irritated by Tbilisi’s latest statements as to the “revival” of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railroad and the confederation with Azerbaijan. As soon as Georgia announced its being ready to negotiate the opening of the Verkhni Lars transport corridor from Russia to Armenia, the Armenian experts started to warn the government against making any concessions while setting the joined boundaries.
Maestro is going to solve the mystery of murder in spite of the explosion
Last night there was a grenade explosion at the building of Maestro private TV company representing the voice of the opposition. Mikhail Saakashvili’s opponents declared that the act of terrorism was aimed at intimidating the free press. The authorities keep silent, thus giving liberty to develop any versions of the event.
Israeli no more tempted by Georgian gold mine
Israel is one of the most active investors in Georgia has narrowed down investments in Georgian economy. Head of joint business chamber Itsik Moshe accounts it for political instability in the country that scares entrepreneurs away. But obviously this is not the only reason. Trends in Big Politics could affect business people: differences between Israel and the USA and rapprochement with Russia.2009-05-26 17:55
Georgian authorities’ new version: Putin’s involvement in mutiny
Investigation into the Mukhrovani mutiny which is not over yet is turning into another criminal quest with plenty of unknown participants. One thing is clear: as time goes by more suspects show up. Now it is Alexander Ebralidze, a Georgian businessman from Saint Petersburg who recently announced about his presidential ambitions is accused of funding the rebellion. According to the Georgian authorities Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is behind him.
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