Monday, 24 October 2016
Archive by 2010-06-08
Ex-ombudsman takes government of Georgia to European Court for Human Rights 2010-06-08 17:44 Sozar Subari, the ex-Public Defender [ombudsman] of Georgia, sued the Georgian government in the European Court for Human Rights.
National Council demands recounting of votes at some polling stations 2010-06-08 17:20 The National Council demands recounting of votes at the polling stations where on May 30th violations were revealed and results from which opposition argued in the court, Vladimir Bojadze, the NC coordinator in electoral issues, stated at today’s press conference – Georgia Times correspondent.
France proposes to start negotiations of EU and Georgia’s association this summer 2010-06-08 16:42 President Sarkozy reminded that France was one main supporters of Georgia’s approximation with the European Union, the representative of the presidential administration said after the meeting of the two leaders.
Laborites accused Saakashvili of slackening lari rate 2010-06-08 16:09 The Labour party of Georgia accuses the government, and in the first line, President Mikheil Saakashvili, of artificial slackening of lari [national currency] rate – Georgia Times correspondent.
Tsereteli wants to raise a monument higher than the Eiffel Tower 2010-06-08 15:44 Zurab Tsereteli, a well-known Russian sculptor, shared his cherished dreams with journalists.
Saakashvili thinks about repeating Putin’s way 2010-06-08 14:46 Mikheil Saakashvili, the present-day head of Georgia, doesn’t rule out possibility of occupying Prime Minister’s position after expiration of his presidential term.
Ruling party of Georgia spent GEL 14 mln on elections 2010-06-08 13:55 United National Movement, the ruling party of Georgia, spent at the municipal elections of May 30th GEL 14 mln [about USD 7.8 mln].
Georgia and France signed memorandum on economic cooperation 2010-06-08 12:35 Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, staying in France with an official visit, yesterday held a number of meetings - Georgia Times correspondent.
EU worried about situation at Georgian-Abkhazian border 2010-06-08 12:34 Today the EUMM in Georgia issued a special statement claiming anxiety over incidents in Gali region of Abkhazia, bordering on Georgia.
Municipal elections weakened lari 2010-06-08 11:20 Municipal elections of May 30th in Georgia lead to slackness of lari, Georgia's national currency - the Kommersant. Since June 1st the GEL/USD and GEL/EUR index has been decreasing: 1.78 lari per 1 dollar to 1.84 lari per 1 dollar; and 2.19 lari per 1 euro to 2.24 lari per 1 euro.
11th round of Geneva Talks begins 2010-06-08 10:34 According to the Foreign Ministry of Russia, the participants will discuss work of mechanisms of joint incident prevention and response in areas adjacent to borders.
Dreaming of war
News on construction of a radar station in the vicinity of Tskhinval has caused a new hysterical fit among Georgian leadership. An unnamed official in Georgian government stated in his comment for Telegraph newspaper (Great Britain) that “Moscow is actively preparing for a repeat of the 2008 August”. According to him the Russian radar and electronic surveillance station in South Ossetia represents a new threat to Georgia’s security underlining that the equipment to be installed at the station will enable Russia to track air movements, as well as intercept mobile and other – both military and civil - communications. Paranoia in Georgian government is not surprising just like its technical illiteracy. Construction of a Russian military base in South Ossetia is not a secret. Just like deployment of technical facilities in its territory in order to provide security of Russia’s southern borders. Construction of a radar station is totally in line with this concept.
The recent detention of the Georgian drug dealers has unexpectedly turned to the benefit of the secondary education system. By the decision of President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, 1,7 million euros confiscated by the police will be spent on computers for the first-graders. Let us remind you that this April, Saakashvili promised to present all the first-graders with personal “waterproof and shockproof” computers. Leaving the bold statement as to the technical characteristics of the presents on the Georgian president’s head, one should pay attention to another important point. Mikhail Nikolozovitch seems to dispose of the money confiscated from the drug dealers as if it were his own means, which looks rather strange. There has been no trial yet and no judgment has been delivered on the matter: anyway, the money is the material evidence in the opened criminal case.
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