Monday, 23 January 2017
Archive by 2011-04-23
Jolly ministers getting ready to resign
Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched and never count your ministers before they resign. It appears that one will have to call them off. Three heads of ministries at once may soon leave their office: Bakur Kvezerali, Koba Subeliani and Hatuna Kalmakhelidze. The reason is their excessively provocative behavior at the parliamentary debates that has irritated even Mikhail Saakashvili. Simply stated, the ministers joked and giggled instead of answering the opposition’s grounded questions.
Georgia in preliminary detention
Commissioner for Human Rights at the Council of Europe Thomas Hammarberg is going to prepare rather a distasteful mixture for the Georgian authorities. A report on the legal situation in the republic will be soon published, summarizing the results of his recent trip to the county. It appears that the contents of the document will be distressful for the official Tbilisi. Mikhail Saakashvili and his supporters will again have to find a way to conceal their own lies as they did in case with Heidi Tagliavini’s report.
Estonians fell out of the georgian reality
Georgia loses the confidence of its last investors. Even some Estonians, representatives of the country that is seemingly friendly to the Sakartvelo state say that it is unreal to do business in the republic. Meanwhile the Minister of Economy, young and ambitious Veronica Kobaliya, unsuccessfully invites foreign moneybags to participate in some "prospective projects". The GeorgiaTimes correspondent spoke on the investment unattractiveness of the patria of "Borjomi" and "Khvanchkara" to a famous Georgian expert Giorgy Khukhashvili.2011-04-23 19:52
America to Pay Georgian Elections
It seems everybody is trying to improve the Georgian election environment except the current government. The opposition suggested their proposals should be considered as long ago as last November. But only when the great patron in the shape of the United States interfered Mikhail Saakashvili and his companions gave up. Unless there is at least the appearance of some changes, there are no subsidies in sight. The Washington administration developed a program of reinforcement of democracy especially for the Caucasian republic as Europe is already squinting at Tbilisi, full of doubts that everything is in order with political and other liberties in the country.
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