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Kakha Kaladze:
The United National Movement plans to disrupt the elections in the village of Kortskheli. This is why they brought in Zaza Kedelashvili’s sonders

The Minister of Energy and the Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia, Kakha Kaladze, commented upon the physical violence which took place close to precinct N53 in the village of Kortskheli on 22 May 2016 during the municipal by-elections. The Deputy Prime Minister accused members of the United National Movement of provoking this incident: “We have […]

Davit Sergeenko:
Medical establishments are no longer required to report cases of drug overdose to the police

The Minister of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia, Davit Sergeenko, in his interview with the newspaper, Batumelebi, stated: “Information about a patient is confidential. Medical establishments are no longer required to report to the police about patients who are hospitalised due to a drug overdose. However, if the law enforcement organs request this […]

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Parliamentary Elections 2016 – What are the things the government and the opposition cannot agree on?

The appointment of Giorgi Kvirikashvili as the Prime Minister of Georgia and the subsequent change in the negative rhetoric (as opposed to his predecessors) caused the Non-Parliamentary Opposition Inter-Party Group for Election Systems Reform to have positive expectations. The group requested a consultation with the Prime Minister and together they agreed to create a joint […]

Levan Tarkhnishvili:
The Estonian model, promised by Kvirikashvili, goes into force not this year, but from January 2017 and, in some particular cases, from 2019

At the plenary session of the Parliament of Georgia, Levan Tarkhnishvili, MP, stated: “The Prime Minister informed us that we are switching to the Estonian model. This is a relief. However, when the draft law was distributed among the MPs, we saw that the majority of the articles will go into force from 1 January […]

Irakli Shotadze:
The state budget received a total of GEL 60 million from plea bargains in 2009, GEL 96 million in 2010 and GEL 100 million in 2011. In 2014 the number was down to GEL 22 million whilst in the first nine months of 2015 the contribution to the budget was just GEL 15 million
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