Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Archive by 2011-02-07
Georgian Minister of Culture: we did not ban Russian songs 2011-02-07 19:32 Minister of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia Nikoloz Rurua stated that rumours about the authorities’ ban on performing Russian songs in the country’s restaurants do not correspond to facts.
Saakashvili to speak in parliament 2011-02-07 18:07 President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili will deliver an annual speech in the Georgian parliament.
Georgian patriarch met with Queen of England 2011-02-07 17:15 Ilia II continues his visit to Great Britain.
Tbilisi waiting for many-billion investments into its power economy 2011-02-07 16:31 Georgia wants to build 15 hydroelectric stations and become the largest electric power exporter in the region.
A two-million-euro greenhouse to be built in Georgia 2011-02-07 15:10 A giant greenhouse for growing flowers will be built in Georgia with the help of the Dutch government and Benett & Benett Capital Company.
Georgian police game released 2011-02-07 14:15 A computer game called “Police” is now available at the official website of the Georgian MIA, police.ge.
Only two companies operating in Poti free industrial area 2011-02-07 13:27 Only two companies have started operating in the free industrial area of Poti.
Georgia going second in Europe in the number of prisoners 2011-02-07 12:38 WORLD PRISON POPULATION LIST updated information on the number of prisoners in 217 world countries.
Mishiko left his people in Egypt
President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili has now got the full right to put on Moses’ chiton and dwell on the Promised Land. He has been given a unique chance to repeat the feat of the Biblical prophet. Even if his dreams about Abkhazia and South Ossetia are hopeless, it does not diminish the comparison. Neither did Moses see the Promised Land – that was the way God punished him for the displayed lack of belief; still, the prophet is known for leading the people from Egypt and bringing them where necessary. Now Mishiko has got a similar chance.
Sakartvelo authorities to turn mass media inside out
In December 2010 Georgian parliament promised to consider amendments to the law forbidding offshore firms to own TV companies. The explanation is simple: financial transparency of assets must comply with the law. However, many experts believe that the government’s plan is to pull the wool over people’s eyes as usual. Mass media want more than just transparency insisting on financial audit of the government’s favorites, as proposed by Resonansi newspaper editor-in-chief Lasha Tugushi under USAID-financed Public Forum and Dialogue project.
Shashkin to award stars to schools
As proposed by Georgia’s education ministry, Georgian schools will have a star classification system like hotels or restaurants. 1-10 evaluation is supposed to facilitate choice of an educational institution for parents. Why are people so displeased with this initiative taking it as another attempt to eliminate remaining islands of free-thinking among Georgian teachers? GeorgiaTimes asked Petre Mamradze, a parliament deputy and a well-known education expert, to answer this question.2011-02-07 16:29
European “spy” kicked away from Abkhazia
It was suggested to President of Abkhazia Sergey Bagapsh that he should declare EU Spokesman in the South Caucasus persona non grata. Aruaa (“Warriors”) oppositional movement is afraid lest Peter Semneby might drag Abkhazia into Georgia by hook or by crook, while simpletons from the republic’s MFA will not even notice it. While the opposition is criticizing the government’s foreign policy, the latter is increasing activity in European direction. Yesterday, Head of the EU Monitoring Mission Hansjörg Haber came back from his three-day trip to Abkhazia.
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