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Jolly ministers getting ready to resign2011-04-23 19:57
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.
If you constantly fool people, it has its affect: you get used to lying so much that you become unhinged from reality. The way of speaking in the manner of "everything in the garden is lovely" has played a low-down trick with three Georgian ministers. An attempt to sing a favourite song at the parliamentary debates has brought the sword of Damocles over the heads of Bakur Kvezereli, Koba Subeliani and Hatuna Kalmakhelidze in the form of resignation.
This was reported by one of the leaders of the Christian-Democratic Movement Inga Grigolia. According to her, there is some reliable information that the minister of agriculture, minister for the execution of sentences, probation and legal assistance and minister for the forcibly displaced from the occupied territories, refugees and resettlement will soon be removed from office: instead of a serious discussion with the opposition, they played kindergarten at the parliamentary debates, having enraged even Saakashvili who is normally quite loyal to his government.
"Within 15 years of my work as a journalist, I received information from various sources and, as a rule, it corresponded to reality in 90 percent of cases. And now I've got information, from my old sources, by the way, that Misha expressed protest to public officials and the majority in his common manner; it was related to their attitude to the government debates. I mean when the Christian-Democrats held debates with the ministers using facts and arguments and members of the majority simply joked and smiled cynically in response. Accordingly, I've got information that Bakur Kvezereli, Koba Subeliani and Hatuna Kalmakhelidze will soon leave their posts.