Monday, 05 December 2016
Archive by 2011-05-05
The Most Seismically Active Region of Georgia Rocked by Earthquake Again 2011-05-05 19:09 An earthquake with a magnitude of 3,5 took place today in the most seismically active region of Georgia, Ratcha, in the Oni city.
Georgian Experts Argue with IMF Representatives about Salaries 2011-05-05 19:07 The International Monetary Fund experts recommend that the Georgian government should not increase salaries in the country. According to the Business Georgia, the growth of salaries, in their opinion, may affect the inflation level.
Labourist Party: Saakashvili and Bryza to Engineer Coup in Azerbaijan 2011-05-05 18:44 The Georgian opposition states that the Georgian authorities together with the US ambassador in Baku Matthew Bryza are going to arrange a coup d’état in Azerbaijan, informs the Maestro TV channel.
The building of the Georgian Parliament May Turn into a Hotel 2011-05-05 18:42 The building of the Georgian Parliament in Tbilisi may be sold because of the deputies’ transfer to Kutaisi, informs IA Regnum.
Georgia to Tell Egypt and Tunisia about Its Reforms 2011-05-05 17:38 On 7 May the main counselor of the Georgian Prime Minister Vakhtang Lezhava will make a visit to Africa.
Bakradze Remembered about Georgian Women 2011-05-05 17:36 The Chairman of the country’s Parliament David Bakradze remembered about the rights of Georgian women.
Another Scandal in Georgian Public Health System 2011-05-05 16:38 Another corruption scheme in the Georgian public health system has been revealed recently by the employees of the Sakartvelo law enforcement structures.
Opposition Published Photos of Houses Owned by Saakashvili and Head of Internal Affairs Ministry 2011-05-05 16:04 Some activists of the Georgian opposition movement "No" disclosed to the journalists some photos of the plot of land owned by the president of the country Mikhail Saakashvili and of another villa owned by the Minister of Internal Affairs Vano Merabishvili.
Ineligible Georgian Arrested in Latvia 2011-05-05 15:50 The employees of the Latvian border police arrested a Georgian citizen for illegal and for bicycle theft.
Minister of Defense of Turkey Blames UN for Unsuccessful Resolution of Conflicts 2011-05-05 15:18 Vezhdi Genul, Minister of Defence of Turkey, made a statement in which he blamed the UN for its inactivity with regard to the questions related to the resolution of conflicts in the Caucasus and the Middle East, inform the Azerbaijanian mass media.
Saakashvili flunked Lithuania’s exam
The entire world may turn its back of Mikhail Saakashvili and his country but the Baltic States tied to Georgia by a strong nationalistic idea will remain loyal to their associate to the last. Once again Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaitė arrived in Tbilisi to confirm her country’s strong support of Sakartvelo’s territorial integrity. However, she warned that the Georgian leader is not so much eager to enter in the Euro-Atlantic structures. Otherwise, how can one explain that Mishiko never did his “homework” set by Washington?
Georgian football: "contract" versus goal
Georgian struggle with corruption, which success has been trumpeted so much by the republic’s government, is becoming an evident mask. The clean façade conceals the cases of bribery and money laundering, which is not a rear thing in any sphere of activity. The latest scandal with contract matches in the Georgian football national championship speaks in favour of the tendency.
Non-freedom of speech nurtured by Tbilisi
Freedom House, an international rights defending organization has published an annual rating of freedom of speech with Georgia scoring 55 points and ranked 118th in the list next to Moldavia and Malawi (a country on the western coast of Africa). Yet, even now Tbilisi finds a reason for joy. As it turns out, last year the situation was worse. In an interview with GeorgiaTimes one of Georgia’s influential experts Giya Nodia tried to give an unbiased view of the national media market.2011-05-05 13:27
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