Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Archive by 2010-03-24
Georgian criminal don killed in France 2010-03-24 17:22 Lado janashia, a Georgian criminal don, was killed in Marseilles, France, in a showdown with Oniani clan representatives.
Georgian emigrants established a political union 2010-03-24 17:11 Its aim is intensification of Georgia’s establishing closer relations with the West, Novosti-Gruzia reports citing to the press service of the State Minister for Diaspora issues office.
Noghaideli counts on victory in local elections 2010-03-24 16:50 Zurab Noghaideli, the Movement for just Georgia leader, calls on community to support him and his adherents at the local authorities’ elections and Tbilisi Mayor [to be held on May 30th].
Laborites demand to return Guantanamo Bay prisoners 2010-03-24 16:46 The Labour Party of Georgia demands immediate return of all the received Guantanamo bay ex-prisoners to their homeland – Georgia Times correspondent.
Opposition demands explanations over Guantanamo Bay prisoners 2010-03-24 15:30 Georgian opposition demanded from the government explanation of circumstances of decision to accept 3 Guantanamo Bay prisoners in Georgia.
Saakashvili preparing for the meeting with Yanukovich 2010-03-24 15:00 In his view, Ukraine “preserved its strategic line.” “Kyiv shows interest in reforms, being conducted in Georgia,” he said to Pirveli.
Political clashes of Baku and Ankara threaten beginning of Nabucco’s construction 2010-03-24 13:57 Turkey accused Azerbaijan of refusal to negotiate over gas delivery to Europe. In the view of Ankara, Baku refuses due to political motives.
PACE rapporteurs finished visit to Georgia 2010-03-24 12:17 Mathyas Eorsi and Kastriot Islami, PACE Monitoring committee rapporteurs, finished their visit to Georgia.
Guantanamo bay ex-prisoners to live at large in Georgia 2010-03-24 11:48 Guantanamo Bay ex-prisoners arrived in Georgia. According to Shota Utaiashvili, the spokesman of the Interior Ministry, they were delivered yesterday morning – Georgia Times correspondent.
Oil, gas and infrastructure conference to be held in Tbilisi 2010-03-24 11:16 Today another, 10th conference, devoted to oil, gas and infrastructure issues, will be held in Tbilisi.
Three prisoners sent from Guantanamo Bay to Georgia 2010-03-24 10:42 The names of the prisoners are kept secret, the delivery was conducted only after agreement of all security measures by both sides, Reuter reports citing to the U.S. Justice Department.
Georgian opposition accused PACE rapporteur of corruption 2010-03-24 09:48 Georgian Laborites accused Matyas Eorsi, PACE rapporteur, of corruption and making two false conclusions on elections in Georgia. “He’s a tail of Saakashvili and his regime,” said georgi Gugava, one of the party leaders – RosBalt.
Most undesirable motherland
Last year Georgia became a leader among the world’s most undesirable places to live. Over 10 thousand people expressed willingness to leave it. It’s a telling characteristic for a country that as President Mikheil Saakashvili believes, has gained full freedom and real democracy, defeated corruption and built up liberal economy. What makes people flee then?
Paranoia among Georgian opposition
Georgian politicians have a unique capacity of accusing each other of all mortal sins taking out heaps of incriminating evidence and mutual accusations. That is why there is practically no chance to tell truth from falsehood. Presently Georgian opposition often calls Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili the Kremlin’s protégé for losing Abkhazia and South Ossetia and throwing the country’s big businesses into the hands of Russian investors. In the heat of the pre-election race Georgian politicians make even more daring assertions: parliamentary opposition believes that Georgia’s government might pursue secret talks with Russian authorities on WTO accession.
Freedom Charter versus spies and communists
This week, the Georgian parliament is going to consider the draft Freedom Charter containing the Lustration Law and the Patriotic Act. The former is aimed at disclosing the Soviet agents and supporters of the communism, while the latter is expected to enhance control over the special services for the purpose of the state security. All the pros and cons of the draft law have been commented upon by GeorgiaTimes supporters.2010-03-24 09:40
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