Monday, 24 April 2017
Archive by 2011-04-05
“Justice is coming!” oppositional campaign to start in Georgia 2011-04-05 19:36 Тhe action is initiated by oppositional association Representative People’s Assembly.
Oppositional Group of Eight made a number of concessions on changing electoral environment in Georgia 2011-04-05 18:37 Georgian Oppositional Group of Eight took a decision to make a concession to the official Georgian authorities in the issue of the stage-by-stage improvement of the electoral environment in the country.
Georgian oppositional resource almost exhausted, expert believes 2011-04-05 17:53 Тhis opinion is shared by expert of the Center of Geopolitical Research Gia Volsky.
Mandzhgaladze: Hague Court considered Georgia’s main argument 2011-04-05 16:45 Тhis statement was made today by Press Speaker of the Georgian president Manana Mandzhgaladze at a briefing before the journalists.
Vepkhvadze criticized report on Georgian TV from Communication Lines Commission 2011-04-05 16:30 In Vepkhvadze’s opinion, the research contains a number of inaccuracies and its conclusions are rather doubtful.
Nearly 2 million laris appropriated to Mestia municipality 2011-04-05 15:19 1 850 000 laris will be allocated to the municipality of Mestia out of Regional Projects Realization Fund.
Mandzhgaladze: no reshuffle planned in Georgian government 2011-04-05 15:04 Тhis statement was made today by Press Speaker of the Georgian president Manana Mandzhgaladze.
War film 5 Days in August to be shown in South Ossetia on April 14 2011-04-05 14:34 On April 14, first run of Renny Harlin’s 5 Days in August about the war in South Ossetia will take place at the international festival of adventure films in Valencia.
Bank of Georgia to help MIA officers get apartments 2011-04-05 12:22 MIA and Bank of Georgia have signed a memorandum of cooperation.
Saakashvili’s policy makes one put one's head in the noose
Georgian authorities love boasting of their success in improving their citizens’ welfare. They tell about the wonderful life in the prospering democratic Georgian state and assure that soon life will become even better, just like in Singapore. Against this happy information background, Catholicos-Patriarch Iliya II delivered a sermon yesterday where he touched upon the problem of suicide in the Georgian community. Common Georgians brought to despair by the economic experiments of the mediocre government prefer to commit suicide instead of waiting for the Singapore paradise.
Kvezereli the illusionist loses millions
Georgian parliament is looking for GEL 150 million. Last week deputies held ardent debates and found out a curious fact. As alleged, huge money was allocated for development of the agrarian sector from the state budget. Yet, the money is gone. The opposition suggested that minister of agriculture Bakur Kvezereli be lynched, but the initiative was not favored by the parliamentary majority. Besides, the money was immediately found: Georgian PM Nika Gilauri assured that precious millions are cunningly hidden inside the budget – that is why they are invisible.
Tbilisi glad to lose
On April 1 the UN International Court rejected the Georgian government’s suit against Russia for long-term “racial discrimination” and ethic cleansings. The judges found breach of order in the actions of the claimant: bilateral negotiations with the Russian side or an application to the inferior instance – the International Criminal Court of Hague – should have come first.2011-04-05 17:00
Israeli designs on Abkhazia
Israel has made Georgia nervous in retaliation for putting two Jews in prison. The press started hinting at the possible recognition of Abkhazia by Tel-Aviv. The Abkhaz’ confidential visit to the Middle-East state has become known. Georgian experts derive consolation from the thought that Israel won’t support the “separatists” since it has got similar problems. But then, Georgians also pointed at Chechnya in due time but Russia still recognized Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
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