The head of the "Anti-Crisis Council" has criticized government officials
The head of the "Anti-Crisis Council" of the parliament of Georgia, chairman of the parliamentary faction "Strong Georgia" Gia Tortladze made speech with criticism of the official authorities of Georgia. According to the "Georgia-News", this criticism was provoked by the fact that the government in the past six months has not executed the recommendations of the "Anti-Crisis Council". In this regard, Tortladze threatened to raise the question of liability of some officials of the country.
Today the "Anti-Crisis Council" of Georgia unveiled an extraordinary, eleventh monitoring report on the situation of refugees in the places of compact residence, as well as on the execution of the Georgian government's recommendations.
"I can say, nothing like this was in my practice. The "Anti-Crisis Council" has worked for almost three years, and always after the publication of the results of monitoring our recommendations were implemented, but in the past six months, nothing has been done" - said Tortladze. He added that he does not take into account the recommendations on the issue of the water, cut off the buildings, repair of sewage systems, distribution of vouchers and legitimize of the residential area for refugees.
"None of these recommendations have been executed ... For example, international organizations have built bathhouses in the places of residence (refugees), which are not functioning due to the fact that they're not connected to the sewer system and are just useless" - said Tortladze and added that he intends to send the monitoring results to the President.
"Hopefully, after this the decision makers will solve these problems" - he said. - Otherwise, in September, there will be published the following report and I will be forced to raise the issue of early retire of the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Ramaz Nikolaishvili and CEO of water company Irakli Kvashilava.