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Georgian men get under the heel2010-10-14 21:52
Staff games are still on in Georgia. Under the new strategy of TAV-Georgia managing company the reform has been launched in Tbilisi international airport. Here is another woman - Ketevan Alexidze - to take the post of director general tasked to optimize the company's HR resources. It is clear to everyone how "confidently" Veronika Kobalia improves the Georgian economy. It is unknown if the other lady will be only the joy to the eye of Sakartvelo or if she will make a breakthrough in a row of Georgian beauties. One thing is certain: Georgian men obviously prefer shifting responsibility onto fragile shoulders of women.
It's not a secret why previous director of Tbilisi International Airport joint-stock company was dismissed. Last November Konstantin Kamushadze and his accountant David Kobakhidze were detained on suspicion of grand larceny. Law-enforcement bodies believe that the "tandem" secretly misappropriated nearly GEL 1.5 mln of budgetary funds or USD 900 thousand in the Georgian government's favorite currency. Indeed, how could they lay hands on "wild thousands" without permission by the superiors?
Eventually the suspects were brought down and the vacancy was offered to a lady. Most probably, she is young and good-looking - the way the Georgian government likes. Among priority directions of the company offering Ms Alexidze the post of "aircraft chief" is operational interaction between Tbilisi and Batumi airports, air security standardization, development of regional airports, modernization of operating processes, implementation of modern financing and management models. All that will be the burden on her fragile shoulders according to the job description.
Unlike Georgia's "economy matron", Ketevan Alexidze obtains prospering legacy: in April 2010 Tbilisi international airport was recognized as the best in Eastern Europe. In May 2010 France allocated EUR 750 thousand to the landing strip rehabilitation. Still, there is an impression there has to be some special reasons to lure girls to high positions.
Given Georgia's desire to dominate in something at least, the gold medal in dispelling the myth on male chauvinism in Caucasus can be awarded to Sakartvelo. It seems, the Caucasian republic has finally abandoned the bonds of patriarchate, and men gradually step aside to treat themselves to tasty chacha or smoke a pipe of good tobacco. Georgians are no more shy about their laziness since there people eager to work and this "girl power" will not run out soon.