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Archive by 2011-02-04
US Senate suggests ABM deployment in Georgia 2011-02-04 19:49 Representatives of the Republican Party in US Senate plan to arrange for radar deployment in Georgia.
Conflicting parties meet on Georgia-South Ossetia border 2011-02-04 18:52 A meeting under the joint Incident Prevention and Response Mechanism was held in Ergneti village.
Three corrupt officials arrested in Georgia 2011-02-04 17:54 Director of Children’s National Center Valery Jokhadze, director of Vocational Educational Center at the Education Ministry Zaza Avaliani and his deputy Murman Khvedelidze have been detained by General Prosecutor’s office employees.
Parliament to respond to Georgian Accounts Chamber’s report – Chakhvadze 2011-02-04 17:07 Deputy of the National-Democratic Party of Georgia Guram Chakhvadze believes that the parliament will react to the report on insurance companies prepared by Accounts Chamber.
Georgian army overstuffed with draftees 2011-02-04 16:11 7,5 thousand recruits came to the draft centers of Georgia instead of the required 4,5 thousand draftees.
Saakashvili left thousands of people jobless - Labourites 2011-02-04 15:20 Head of the Georgian government Nika Gilauri declared that American Senate will soon adopt a resolution stating the “occupation of the Georgian territory” by Russia.
Gilauri: U.S. Senate recognizes Georgia’s “occupation” 2011-02-04 14:48 Head of the Georgian government Nika Gilauri declared that American Senate will soon adopt a resolution stating the “occupation of the Georgian territory” by Russia.
Saakashvili meeting with Merkel 2011-02-04 14:11 President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili will meet with Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel in the context of Munich security conference to be held on February 4-5.
Millennium Challenges Foundation to send 150-200 million dollars to Georgia 2011-02-04 13:30 The Millenium Challenges Foundation will allocate another tranche of $150-200 million dollars to Georgia.
Mishiko given an unsatisfactory mark in Davos
Heavy clouds are gathering over Mikheil Saakashvili. While Irakli Alasania, leader of pro-opposition Free Democrats was having breakfast with US president Barack Obama, leader of Democratic Movement – United Georgia faction Nino Burdzhanadze attended the economic forum in Davos and returned with a heap of curious news. Despite Mishiko’s confidence that all his political actions are appreciated by the international community, the reality is more than severe. The country leaders’ economic policy is acknowledged as unprofessional and inconsistent.
20 lari to save Georgia
In response to the inflation that has reached 11% Georgian government started distributing GEL 20 vouchers to pay energy bills among Georgian families. The amount is less than the figure indicated in a monthly bill and it won’t save people from impoverishment. Nonetheless, these vouchers will make a noticeable hole in Georgia’s deficit-ridden budget – GEL 20 mln. In fact, the government could scatter this money to the wind just as well. But what a nice slogan: Mikheil Saakashvili shares people’s anxiety over price increase.
Remedy from Labourites: a bag of flour against a hungry riot
While Georgian government is waiting for investors from Uzbekistan and Saakashvili is predicting a multiple increase of the corn yield and the transformation of the country into a corn exporter, the oppositionists are stating a catastrophic situation for the majority of citizens. Total poverty and a rapid growth of foodstuff prices keep the Georgians on the verge of survival. Their patience is running out and if no urgent measures are taken, the country will face a social burst. Georgian Labourites offered their remedy: they demand that the president provide each suffering citizen with a bag2011-02-04 20:27
Saakashvili in chase of Singapore and Estonia
Georgia remains loyal to its ideals. President Mikheil Saakashvili has confirmed that his county will follow the way of Singapore that used to be in a sadder condition than Sakartvelo but managed to rise from its knees. However, for some reason, Mikheil Nikolayevitch also put Estonia on the list of exemplary countries for Tbilisi, though it is not the most successful republic in the post-Soviet space. What’s the reason of the Georgian president’s unexpected choice?
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