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No reshuffle in the government2010-09-01 16:19
Niko Mchedlishvili, the press secretary of the Prime Minister of Georgia, disclaimed the rumours of upcoming changes in the government - the VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In response to messages about how many ministers have already written submissions for resignation, I claim it's wrong," he added.
Previously Georgian mass media stated that either Vera Kobalia, the Minister of Economy, or Nika Rurua, the Minister of Culture, can be appointed the Prime Minister.
In either case the present-day PM Nika Gilauri would have to go.