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"United National Movement" boycotts the parliament2012-11-09 12:16
The party "United National Movement" headed by Mikheil Saakashvili has declared political boycott of the parliament of Georgia, the FilterNews reported. Neither Saakashvili nor his supporters are going to go back to parliament. This was announced by the deputy of the party David Darchiashvili.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Darchiashvili, the party considers the prosecution of the former Defense Minister, as well as the new budget, cutting the financing of the presidential administration, the beginning of political repression. In addition, Saakashvili's supporters are going to appeal to international organizations, including NATO and the EU.
Meanwhile, new Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili urged not to politicize the issue of financial verification of Georgian Public Televisionю At the same time he has acknowledged that he was displeased with the information policy of this source, the Radio Freedom reported.
"Everyone knows that it certainly is not public television", said the head of the Cabinet. And the Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri told reporters that public broadcaster has owed the budget about $ 2.3 million. "Everyone should pay taxes to the budget", said Mr Khaduri. Public broadcaster is annually funded from the budget in the amount of 0.12% of the GDP. This year this sum is about $ 25 million.