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Women’s Party leader puts herself up for Deputy Education Minister2009-07-14 18:44
Another representative of the opposition responded to the initiative launched by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and put herself up as Deputy Minister of Education and Science.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It will be remembered that in mid June Saakashvili came forward with a proposal to appoint opposition figures as deputies to power ministers including Interior Minister. His proposal was accepted by Way of Georgia leader Salome Zurabishvili who decided to become Deputy Interior Minister though she was not supported by the representatives of the ruling party as a candidate for this post. Zurabishvili's appointment has not been adopted yet.
This time it's Women's Party leader Guguli Magradze who accepted the president's proposal and put herself up as Deputy Minister of Education and Science highlighting her rich teaching and scientific background.
As Magradze stated at today's press conference she will file her application to the President's Chancellery with her CV attached to it.
"If the authorities reject my proposal this will prove that Saakashvili's initiative is a PR campaign as usual", - Women's Party leader noted.
Guguli Magradze is Director of Conflictlogy Institute and a member of Tbilisi State University Academic Council. She is a PhD in Psychology.