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PM Nika Gilauri didn’t come to work2010-09-02 10:55
Yesterday's sitting of the Anti-Crisis Council at the Parliament of Georgia was never held because of the absence of Prime Minister Nika Gilauri - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Council intended to discuss issues of state strategy in regard to refugees. They informed the PM of the sitting only one night before, and this explains Gilauri's behaviour, especially considering his soon departure to Lithuania with a visit.
"The governmental chancellery received no written demand on procedure of the Anti-Crisis Council sitting, questions the prime minister needed to answer, were also not sent...and the absence of the Prime Minister is the consequence of the Council's poorly coordinated work," Georgi Khuroshvili, the parliamentary secretary of the government, stated.