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Archive by 2009-12-07
Parliament of Georgia passed amendments to the Electoral Code 2009-12-07 18:39 “There’re no problems on agreed issues. But in the course of consideration a number of remarks from colleagues came, and they must be reflected in time. Therefore we must use time before sessions and consultations to draw conclusions on the issues,” the Speaker noted.
Georgia to quit CIS Interparliamentary Assembly on January 22nd 2009-12-07 17:38 “In accordance with the mechanisms of the CIS Interparliamenatry Assembly, the application of Georgia’s quitting the Assembly becomes valid after 6 moths of its receipt by the organisation, he said. ”
Yerevan and Tbilisi are ready for the EU associate membership 2009-12-07 17:00 The source also mentioned that the issue of associated membership of Azerbaijan can have difficulties, as the country isn’t a member of WTO.
Washington to allocate Tbilisi USD 5 mln for development of agriculture 2009-12-07 16:40 Today, in Expo Georgia exhibition centre the presentation of the program on mechanization took place. In the course of that program the USA will assist Georgia in agriculture development and provide the country with the necessary equipment – GHN.
Unofficially over 1000 swine flu patients in Georgia 2009-12-07 15:41 Over 1000 Georgians are infected with swine flu, the National Centre for Disease Control states. About 300 cases are confirmed in laboratories.
Kutaisi Mayor submitted resignation 2009-12-07 14:57 He explained his decision by the criticism of his activities by President Mikheil Saakashvili.
Khaindrava proposed Saakashvili to undergo drug tests 2009-12-07 14:14 “Let Saakashvili drop blood and everyone will assure he’s a drug addict,” Khaindrava said, “I myself tried drugs but last time did it long ago, unlike Saakashvili.”
Grigol Vashadze to participate in eastern Partnership ministerial meeting 2009-12-07 13:02 Grigol Vashadze, the Foreign Minister of Georgia, will participate in the sitting of foreign ministers of Eastern Partnership participant countries, stated Nino Kalanadze, the deputy Foreign Minister, at today’s traditional briefing.
Gamsakhurdia stopped hunger strike 2009-12-07 12:14 “Tsotne Gamsakhurdia stopped the hunger strike he started as a protest. The investigation took specific steps, interrogated the aggrieved Bajelidze,” Bekauri said.
Laboratory confirmation of swine flu in Georgia cancelled 2009-12-07 11:49 In Georgia laboratory confirmation of swine flu is cancelled. According to the National Centre for Disease Control, and it’s connected with the increased rate of swine flu.
Georgian-language domains to appear soon in the Internet 2009-12-07 11:13 Georgian-language domains to appear soon in the Internet in the nearest future.
In the recent time US movie makers have been pathologically interested in last year's August events in the Caucasus. There has already been information on Hollywood film director Renny Harlin's blockbuster "Georgia" (working title) that was filmed this autumn in Tbilisi.
Interior Ministry’s new trick: dummy witnesses
Mikheil Saakashvili’s magic machine – his police force - that eliminated mass corruption in Georgia is able to do more. This is old news in fact. Plastic bullets to hit the opposition, foisted drugs, and accidental shootings during special operations proved the Interior Ministry’s loyalty to the ideals of the “constitutional state”. Now the list is complemented by bribing witnesses on struggle against opponents.
Viva the kings and queens of the Georgian stage!
A true round-up has been organized against the artists enslaving the Russian hearts with their beautiful voices with a Caucasian accent. “Grey eminence” Levan Ramishvili is openly referring to the country’s best singers as “agents”, “traitors”, “second-raters” and “prostitutes”. His accusations were thrown against Tamara Gverdtsiteli, Soso Pavliashvili, Nani Bregvadze and the nonchalant star of men’s magazines, a recently admitted member of The Public Chamber of Russia Tina Kandelaki.
Narco-claims: Saakashvili 'uses drugs' says former Georgian minister
A former Georgian minister has accused President Saakashvili of being addicted to drugs. Georgy Haindrava also says Georgia's Interior Minister controls drug trafficking throughout the country. It's not the first time the government has been accused of involvement in the narcotics trade. Our Georgian correspondent Irina Galushko says the President's behaviour is responsible for the claims.
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