Tuesday, 28 March 2017
Archive by 2010-12-01
Opposition: Georgia is to face a social catastrophe 2010-12-01 19:31 Statistical data speaks of living standards in Georgia going down.
Reorganization will do good to Disease Control Center – Ministry of Health 2010-12-01 18:34 Twenty percent of the Center employees are going to be dismissed.
Georgia may refuse to support OSCE document should it not provide for Georgia’s interests 2010-12-01 17:16 Georgia won’t support OSCE security document should it fail to provide for its interests in connection with the August 2008 conflict.
Saakashvili offering peace to Moscow again 2010-12-01 15:48 In his speech at the OSCE summit in Astana, President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili again called upon Russian government to start an open dialogue.
Targamadze: Georgian business on the verge of ruin 2010-12-01 14:54 Leader of the Georgian Christian Democrats Georgi Targamadze said that his party would not support the draft budget 2011.
Date of trial over the accused of espionage in favor of Russia fixed in Georgia 2010-12-01 14:08 The trial over the detained on a charge of espionage in favor of Russia will start in the middle of December.
Alasania: president goes back on his promises 2010-12-01 13:22 In the opinion of the leader of Our Georgia – Free Democrats oppositional party Irakly Alasania, President of the country Mikheil Saakashvili fulfilled none of his promises in respect of the villagers living near South-Ossetian border.
Georgian Internet: he who is born to crawl cannot fly
Georgians are finding more reasons to be displeased. However hard the authorities try to persuade the people that they live in the most wonderful and free country in the world, things turn out to be different in practice. Georgians feel week points at all levels: from high unemployment to the low quality of Internet services. The fact that Georgia is breaking two records at once is hardly a consolation: it has got the most expensive and the slowest Internet in the world.
Saakashvili dipped into his brother’s pockets
The pitcher goes often to the well but is broken at last. IRAO insurance company, which, according to certain data, belongs to the brother of Georgia’s current president Mikheil Saakashvili, has been fined for half a million laris. It is so far unclear why National Bank that has been dealing with insurance companies since recently took such a tough decision. Experts are sure: the reason is the unexpected discordance between the members of the “family-feudal” clan of the Georgian leader.
Georgia rushes to dissolved union
Desperate to join NATO and EU, Georgia keeps working hard in the domain of international diplomacy. Recently, chair of the republic’s parliament David Bakradze made a proud statement that Georgia would soon become a partner state of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Western European Union (WEU). This bloc used to be an analogue of the North Atlantic Alliance. But will Georgia manage to benefit from these dubious relationships?2010-12-01 13:19
WikiLeaks in Georgian style. New version
Georgian leaders are well known for their wishful thinking. Political establishment in Tbilisi is sure: if something does not meet one’s expectations this can always be referred to intrigues of enemies and a more convenient interpretation can be found. Production of absurdities is Sakartvelo’s professional activity though lately local politicians had to act single-handed. And then unexpectedly appears a marvelous gift from notorious WikiLeaks. Some Georgian media claim that the documents published therein prove that the war in Ossetia was started by Russia. Those who refuse to pervert facts are accused of poor English.
After US the Deluge? Georgia swift to follow into America's debt steps
The Republic of Georgia is trying to model itself after the US in any way it can. Tbilisi can now celebrate, just like Washington: it has amassed a spiraling foreign debt. Money is being borrowed, but where is it all going? Anyone who has ever received a hefty credit card bill will know the pain of paying off debts. Georgia could owe up to $800 million by 2013 after a spending splurge that has left it with mounting foreign debt.
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