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Oppositional delegate will file lawsuit against Georgian government2009-11-26 16:08
Oppositional delegate of the Georgian parliament Georgiy Tsagareishvili is preparing a lawsuit against Minister of Finance Kakha Baindurashvili, Minister for Refugees and Accommodation Koba Subeliani and Minister of Economic Development Zurab Pololikashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As the delegate said during today's press-conference, it is going to be an unprecedented lawsuit, for none of the delegates has ever been at law with a minister so far.
As Tsagareishvili asserts, the state structures purposefully conceal public data, which he has been unsuccessfully trying to obtain for almost several months. The delegate is demanding that the minister of finance should provide information on spending the president's reserve foundation means and that that minister of economics should account for direct property sales to certain individuals or entities; he also demands that the minister for refugees should reveal information on the places of accommodation of the forcibly transferred people.
Georgiy Tsagareishvili intends to appeal to the prime minister with a letter and demand public information from him; afterwards, he is going to sue out the disclosure of information.