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The Media: Saakashvili is willing to change the prime minister2011-09-20 14:04
According to Georgian media, President Mikhail Saakashvili is ready to replace the head of the government.
According to VZGLIAD, the publication of "Akhali Taoba" claims that the head of the Ministry of Education Dimitri Shashkin should become the new prime minister. The Minister of Economy Veronica Kobalia is also an alternative candidate to replace Nikoloz Gilauri.
It was also argued that reform of the government could include the deconcentration of departments across the country.
Earlier, Georgian publication "Alia" published a material which revealed that the President intends to significantly renew the current cabinet. According to journalists, in addition to Nikoloz Gilauri, the Minister of Agriculture Bakur Kvezereli, the head of the Ministry of Ecology George Khachidze and Defense Bacho Akhalaia, who can be assigned the authorized president in western Georgia, can leave the government.
In addition, the publication noted that the replacements in the government are not connected with the immediate need for personnel changes but with a desire of Mikhail Saakashvili to divert the attention of the republic's population from more pressing problems. "In the new political season Saakashvili really need reshuffles to present a spectacle to hungry people" - noted the Georgian journalists.