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The head of the State Audit Service of Georgia has resigned2012-07-24 14:33
On Monday, July 23, the head of the State Audit Service of Georgia Levan Bezhashvili made a statement on his resignation from office, the News Georgia reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Bezhashvili said he made the decision to leave his post due to the disaster in the Kakheti region. According to him, he finds himself bound to be in Kakheti region and to help residents to deal with the damage and to assist them in solving problems.
"The last four days I spent with my people, residents of Kakheti, and I saw the damage the disaster had inflicted to the needy farmers. I saw them in need of special care and support", Bezhashvili said.
At the same time, according to the Caucasian Knot, former press secretary of Eduard Shevardnadze Ramaz Sakvarelidze said Bezhashvili "could try to become a majoritarian in any district of Kakheti, or to pretend for public office in Kakheti".
However, the agency has posted on the website the official notification of the resignation of Levan Bezhashvili, categorically denying that the former head of the Control Chamber intended to return to politics.
"According to media reports the decision related to Bezhashvili's resignation is connected with his intention to take part in parliamentary elections. This information does not correspond to reality and devoid of any justification", said in a statement of the Control Chamber, published on the website on Thursday, July 21.