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Lado Gurgenidze, Georgian Prime Minister, dismissed2008-10-27 17:44
Mikhail Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, dismissed the Prime Minister, Lado Gurgenidze and is going to announce it officially later on Monday, reports RIA-Novosti alluding to Reuters.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Saakashvili offer the post to 35-year old Grigol Mgaloblishvili - the Georgian ambassador in Turkey. Gurgenidze was appointed by Saakashvili's decree on January 21st 2008. Acording to Georgian mass media, the Minister of Defense David Kezerashvili and the head of the State Chancellery, Kakha Bendukidze will also leave their positions.
According to mass media, the President of Georgia will meet his parliamentary majority in his residence at Monday night. As the MPs shared, one of the agenda points will be the coming changes in government. The information on the coming reshuffle was confirmed by Mikhail Saakashvili himself.
Two weeks ago Saakashvili talked to journalists and reasoned the necessity of these changes by the analysis of the events happened in August 2008.