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Kindergarten as a testing ground for the "Nationals"2013-02-04 19:49
After the change of power in Georgia a wave of immigrants surged into the country. Among them there are businessmen, politicians and public figures. But not only they return home. Georgia has become more attractive for those who had left it due to the most common reason - to earn a living. One of these people is a former kindergarten teacher Eter Khvichia-Dzhokhadze. The first thing she did after returning from a 10-year immigration was filing a complaint against the Mayor of Tbilisi Gigi Ugulava and appealing to Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri with a request to conduct a financial investigation in preschool facilities.
To learn more about the nature of the complaint of Eter Khvichia-Dzhokhadze we met and talked to her. During immigration former teacher worked in Athens as a deputy editor of the "Hellas".
"In Tbilisi, I worked as a teacher in the kindergarten No 3 located in Mtatsminda for many years. Director of our institution was Mrs. Ketevan Baratashvili, which had all the qualities needed to work with children. Under any government Mrs. Baratashvili worked with the same dedication. The district, where our kindergarten is located, is prestigious and populous, respectively, many have the desire to become the kindergarten director. We had to very hardly protect it along with Ms. Ketevan. In 2001, being in maternity leave I temporarily was not working. When I returned to work in 2004, I found that I had been fired along with other kindergarten employees", says Eter.
"Basically, at that time all of our family members got without work", she continues. "Rose Revolution" has destroyed all traces of democracy. What could I do? I went to work in Greece. Simultaneously to the main job I worked deputy editor of "Hellas" in Athens. I rarely came to Georgia; however I watched the events taking place. Only from our kindergarten six employees went abroad", says the former teacher.
In total, Eter spent 11 years constantly moving, and after the 1st of October, 2012, returned to homeland.
Eter Khvichia-Dzhokhadze has got questions to the "Nationals" and the mayor Gigi Ugulava. She wants to know why she had been deprived of her right to return home and why she cannot feel like a full-fledged citizen of the country with a proper job place? At the same time, she has no claims to the new government yet. "I cannot demand anything from the government, the baby which is only 4 months".