Discussion of Ivanishvili`s case postponed for June 21
The discussion of the case on granting Georgian citizenship to the leader of the opposition coalition Georgian Dream, Bidzina Ivanishvili, has been postponed for June 21st at the Tbilisi Appeals Court. The judge said the consideration of the case would be continued after the leader of the coalition presents sufficient evidence to the court. `the process has been delayed for five months, while the civil procedures legislation gives two month deadline to courts for discussing such cases, unless it is a specific case; but this is not a particularly difficult case,` Lawyer Shalva Tadumadze said. Another lawyer, Archil Kbilashvili says the Appeals Court would leave the ruling of the first instance court unchanged and therefore, they would appeal to the Supreme Court and only afterwards, to the European Court of Human Rights.
The MPs from the parliamentary opposition continue visit to the United States. Davit Bakradze, Giga Bokeria and Giorgi Kalandadze have discussed situation in Georgia and Georgia-U.S. relations at the meeting with Senator John McCain and Congressman Mike Turner.
Two young men were arrested by the police during the special patrolling last night. The incident occurred on the 5 December Street in Tbilisi. The mother of one the detainees says the officers beat his son and took him to the police department for the fourth time.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Maia Panjikidze will meet the President of Georgia at the president`s administration. Panjikidze told journalists before the beginning of the government meeting today that she would try to convince President Margvelashvili...
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clumsyThe Minister of Defence of Georgia, Irakli Alasania supports the idea that the delegation of the government of Georgia to the UN General Assembly should be headed by the Prime Minister. Alasania touched the controversy at the Archevani talk-show broadcast on Rustavi2.
The Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia says the law enforcers have obtained information about coup attempt in the country. Aleksandre Chikaidze asserts the ministry has launched investigation based on the information they have about the possible provocations by the opponents.
The president of Georgia slams the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of negliegence. Giorgi Margvelashvili calls on the foreign office to provide effective international communication of the president and treat the interests of the government and the state in general with great responsibility.
The government of Georgia launches the program of students` internship at the official structures of Georgia - deputy chief of the government`s administration Nino Kobakhidze announced at today`s briefing. She said thousands of students will be able to undergo registration and work as interns at state offices.