Saturday, 21 January 2017
Archive by 2010-05-05
Two Georgian parties renounced their participation in elections 2010-05-05 17:47 In this way, 14 parties and 3 electoral blocs participate. Out of them 9 nominated Tbilisi Mayor candidates.
Blast in Poti port kills one 2010-05-05 17:15 One person was killed in a blast in Poti port [Georgia]. The tragedy occurred at the quay 6 of the industrial part of the port.
NATO experts to train Georgians guarding of energy objects 2010-05-05 17:08 Today in Tbilisi and international seminar with participation of NATO experts was opened. At the seminar a wide range of issues, concerning energy security of Georgia, will be discussed.
Georgia 2009 report was presented in Tbilisi 2010-05-05 16:04 A group of Georgian experts, members of House of Free Opinion NGO, finished its research, entitled Georgia-2009.
Decision on non-confidence vote to South Ossetian Cabinet to depend on the investigation 2010-05-05 15:25 The decision on vote of no confidence to the government of South Ossetia, which parliamentarians suspect of misuse of budget money, will depend on the results of investigation of the special parliamentary commission, aimed to study the activities of the Cabinet.
Parliamentary sittings in May to be held only in cases of emergency 2010-05-05 14:49 In May, in the period left to the self-governance elections, plenary sittings of the Georgian Parliament will be held only in the case of paramount necessity, stated David Bakradze, the Speaker, yesterday – Georgia Times correspondent.
Vote of no confidence to South Ossetian government was removed from agenda 2010-05-05 14:39 Parliament of South Ossetia must have considered the issue of non-confidence to Brovtsev’s government today.
France to allocate Georgia EUR 705 000 2010-05-05 12:27 The government of France will allocate Georgia EUR 705 000 of financial aid. It was announced at today’s sitting in the Ministry of Economic Development of Georgia.
NATO-Georgia commission sitting to be held in Brussels 2010-05-05 11:51 Today the sitting of NATO-Georgia Commission will be held in Brussels. According to Georgian TV companies, the meeting will be attended by representatives of 28 Alliance member countries.
South Ossetian government won’t be resigned – Kokoyty 2010-05-05 11:18 The resignation of the government of South Ossetia is out of question at the present moment, claimed Eduard Kokoyty, the leader of South Ossetia – Interfax.
Four international organisations to monitor elections in Georgia 2010-05-05 10:51 18 local and 4 international organisations will monitor self-governance bodies’ elections in Georgia on May 30th. These organisations have already submitted applications, CEC informed – Trend.
Georgian MPs have different interpretations of the U.S. State Department statement 2010-05-05 10:05 Georgian parliamentarians have different interpretations of the U.S. State Department statement, urging Americans to abstain from travels to Abkhazia and South Ossetia – territories, which Tbilisi calls own but occupied - GHN.
Georgian PM’s “convenient” statistics
It is believed in Tbilisi that Georgian economy has started an upward movement and is now gradually recovering. As Georgian PM Nikolay Gilauri stated 2010 first quarter economic indicators have reached 2008 first quarter figures. Gilauri celebrates the end of the crisis. Is his optimism justified?
The electoral campaign of Tbilisi mayor candidates is now underway in Georgia with the opposition and authorities actively touting population with all available tools. Nevertheless, Georgia's political technology experts keep criticizing them both. What are the chances of each side?
War veteran to guarantee safe election
Georgia’s political milieu is so diverse that the parties are simply at a loss inventing ways to surprise voters. In the run-up to the Victory Day Christian Democratic movement nominated a 95-year-old veteran of Vani town lobbying interests of pensioners as a candidate for sakrebulo chairman. Giya Chanturia, the party’s candidate for the post of Tbilisi mayor is actively making social-economic promises. He is considered the major rival to the candidate from the dominant party. However it is quite unlikely he will be allowed to win. Tbilisi is critical as the “outpost” of the president’s regime.
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