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Democratic Movement: Saakashvili’s lie cost the people 1,5 million laris2011-04-14 18:40
Mikhail Saakashvili constantly lies to the Georgian people and the international community, which is no secret. As was reported by GHN, such statement was made today at a briefing before the journalists by representative of the Chief Council of the Democratic Movement Manana Sulukvadze during her speech in Parliament. "The president proudly delivered another lie" about Georgia being named by Financial Times as number-one country in corruption control", - Sulukvadze underlined.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Referring to spokesman of the International Transparence - Georgia organization Matias Khuter, Sulukvadze remarked that such article was never published, though there was an advertisement on the papers of the periodical as of January 28 reading "Georgia No.1 from the viewpoint of corruption control".
The advertisement price is about 99 thousand 600 pounds, which is approximately 282 thousand laris. The ad was published in the European and British periodicals and cost 387 thousand laris.
The country's authorities also published such an advertisement in the Wall Street Journal at the price of 614 thousand laris and then in Economis for 260 thousand laris.
According to Sulukvadze, "Saakashvili's lie" cost the Georgians one and a half million laris in all.