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Conservative demand criminal case against ex-Ministers of Education2010-01-20 17:37
Pro-opposition Conservative party of Georgia demands bringing a criminal case against three ex-Ministers of education, who occupied the post after the Rose Revolution: Alexander Lomaya, Giya Nodia, Nikoloz Gvaramia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Zviad Dzidziguri, the Conservatives leader, they were ministers in 2004-2009, when reforms in the sphere were conducted, the reforms failed.
Dzidziguri says the government admitted it, and Saakashvili stated it first.
"The failed reform of education cost the budget of Georgia GEL 2 bn. It's impossible to leave embezzlers of such an astronomical sum not punished in the country, where people are kept in prisons for deficit in 10 lari", Dzidziguri said.
His data say the government of Georgia repeatedly tried to hide corruption moments in the reform.
Dzidziguri reminded that in 2006 his party published a report of Control Chamber, stating that Alexander Lomaya didn't present documents concerning spending GEL 40 mln.
"We have no illusions that Zodelava [Prosecutor General] or Adeishvili [Minister of Justice] will start investigation of activities of these people, but after the shift of power this case will inevitably be investigated, and everyone will have to bear responsibility," the opposition leader claimed.