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Official Tbilisi refuted messages of PM’s dismissal2009-01-06 11:12
Mikhail Saakashvili will not dismiss Grigol Mgaloblishvili, the PM, ITAR-TASS informs, alluding to the press services of both government and the President.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Previously a number of Georgian and foreign mass media published messages on Mgaloblishvili's dismissal and his replacement with Nika Gilauri, the First Vice Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance.
According to one of the press service of Georgian government officers, "messages of resignation or dismissal of Prime Minister Mgaloblishvili are wrong. Since end December 2008 Mgaloblishvili is being at medical examination in Germany, this message was published by Georgian government on December 31st ".
Mgaloblishvili "in nearest days will finish the medical examination, to the end of the week will return to Georgia and continue his work ", the officer stated.
"In accordance with the acting laws and procedures, in the period of Prime Minister's absence in the country or in the period of his illness, the responsibilities of the head of the government must be temporarily performed by the First Vice Prime Minister, in this case - the present-day Vice Prime Minister, the Minister of Finance, Nika Gilauri", the officer added.