New Rights object to study conducted by ruling party
New Rights Party object to the door-to-door study launched by the National Movement in the country. Pikria Chikhradze of the party announced at the briefing today that the ruling party had launched an expensive survey, in which the questions included are interesting and desirable only for the National Movement, The opposition party thinks that the questions are formulated so that the answers are profitable only for the ruling party and therefore the study aims at influencing the voters. The New Rights say the initiative of the 1000 GEL voucher program was also unacceptable for them. They assess the program as the attempt to win the voters over and therefore, the issue should be studied by the State Audit Office.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze announced today that the members of the government faced problems of communication with the president of Georgia at the NATO summit in Wales earlier this month.
Foreign Minister calls on the president`s administration to cover the issues of state importance with more responsibility and without bias. Panjikidze Maia Panjikidze has made special statement regarding the controversy on the correspondence between the president`s...
MP Givi Targamadze from the National Movement calls upon the Ministry of Internal Affairs to apply to all necessary measures and arrested the criminal authority nicknamed Tsantsika, who according to him has faced no problems of traveling to and from Georgia since the change of the government.
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Seventy-two recruits have taken oath to serve in the Georgian armed forces - the ceremony was held at the National Training Center Krtsanisi today. The Minister of Defence attended the event together with his spouse, but this time...
The rector of the Tbilisi State Univesity has made public statement addressed to the government of Georgia. In it, Lado Papava calls on the authorities to apply to all legal means for providing the protection of the interests of the university, its society and its students.
Police arrested a young man for drug crime yesterday, but there are presumptions that the detention of Tengiz Eristavi is linked with the investigation of the murder of Lasha Makharadze on September 2nd on Abashidze Street, Tbilisi.