Tbilisi Appeal Court releases statement on Ivanishvili`s case
Tbilisi Appeal Court has released a statement regarding the ruling taken on the appeal of Bidzina Ivanishvili, the leader of the Georgian Dream Coalition, who is seeking his double citizenship. In the statement, the court defines the reasons of the decision, which left the ruling of the Tbilisi City Court in force and did not satisfy the appeal. The statement says hat the Appeal Chamber approved the explanations of the first instance court that the grounds determined by the article N32 of Georgia`s organic law on Georgian Citizenship refers equally on those persons, who are the citizens of Georgia and those foreign citizens, who have been granted the citizenship of Georgia on the grounds of the exception rule.
The Central Election Commission has summarized the results of the second round 2014 Municipal Elections. At the meeting, Tamar Zhvania, the CEC Chairperson and Gizo Mtchedlidze, Commission Secretary signed the summary protocol of the second round of Tbilisi mayoral elections.
Foreign Minister of Georgia Maia Panjikidze has participated in the meeting of the foreign ministers of the Eastern Partnership in Brussels. The Georgian Minister delivered a speech at the conference and focused on the new phase of cooperation between Georgia and the European Union following the signature...
Former mayor of Tbilisi, Gigi Ugulava, who is in prison for various charges now, has posted on facebook regarding the death of one of the founders of the Rustavi2 TV Company, accusing the former prime minister Bidzina Ivanishvili of trying to take control over the television.
The new composition of the cabinet will be presented to the president of Georgia for approval only after the candidate for the minister of culture is nominated. The Prime Minister nominated six candidates leaving the position of the culture minister vacant ...
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The ambassador of the United States to Georgia, Richard Norland hopes to have good cooperation with the new members of the Cabinet of Ministers of Georgia. Richard Norland commented on the cabinet reshuffle, saying the U.S. government would continue its support to Georgia as it moves forward to stabilize economics.
Kakha Kandelaki may be nominated as the candidate for the minister of culture of Georgia - the founder of the Eastern Promotion Company has confirmed that he was offered this position, but abstains from naming the person who did this.