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Housekeepers and candidates to get the kick from Georgian government2010-09-06 17:22
Press service of the Georgian government denies rumors about the coming personnel reshuffles. However, the assumption of resignations did not spring out of nothing. Judging by the unstable social background, the president of the country will soon have to look for scapegoats for high inflation and persecution of emigrants and tradesmen. It is yet unclear whether Prime Minister Nika Gilauri will be selected for this role but he is obviously unwilling to face the music. It is notable that he escaped from Georgian to Lithuania, having ignored the meeting of the Anti-crisis Council for Refugees.
So far, the newspaper rumors about more reshuffling in the Georgian governmental structure have not been confirmed. It is only Minister of Health Alexander Kvitashvili who has changed job; he agreed to take up the post of rector of Tbilisi State University.
It looks like he picked the right time, for none of his predecessors managed to bring the 100 New Hospitals Program once launched by the inspired Mikheil Saakashvili to a logic end. It is up to the new minister to realize this dream that has been reduced to 46 clinics. The candidates to this post are "subject to consultation" and the name will be announced only next week.
Prime Minister Gilauri did not hold any demands to Mr. Kvitashvili. On the contrary, he thanked the resignee for being a success in the program for country doctors supporting, development of the cheap insurance program that covered one and a half million people and for the adjustment of the socially unprotected people database.
Long before the formal notification pf the resignation of the minister of health, Georgian media made several publications about the possible personnel reshuffling. Besides Kvitashvili, the journalists "dismissed" minister for persons forcibly displaced from the occupied territories, resettlement and refugees Koba Subeliani, minister for environment protection Gogi Khachidze and minister for culture and monuments protection Nika Rurua. Most daring assumptions were made by newspaper Alia, which forecasted the replacement of the prime minister.
According to this Georgian newspaper, Nika Gilauri will soon give place to... Vera Kobalia. The minister of economy and sustained development with an appearance of a cover girl, who was not embarrassed to take up the position of highest importance after a Canadian bakery and turning a penny in a bar, is not doing herself justice, in Alia's opinion.