Tbilisi. October 12 (Prime-News) – Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Georgia (CEC) will be elected at the Parliament of Georgia on Friday.
Levan Tarkhnishvili, the member of the Supervisory Board of the Georgian Public Broadcasting, has been nominated on the post of the Chairman of the Central Election Commission. The most part of parliamentary ruling majority supports his candidature, however the opposition disapproves the candidature of Levan Tarkhnishvili on the post of Chairman of Central Election Commission. The opposition considers that Levan Tarkhnishvili is the cadre of the acting government of Georgia and he will not be able to be impartial and independent.
The post of the Chairman of CEC became vacant after Guram Chalagashvili was appointed as the Chairman of the Georgian National Energy Regulation Commission.
Tbilisi. October 11 (Prime-News) – Giga Bokeria, one of the leaders of parliamentary ruling majority, has responded to the statement made by Badri Patarkatsishvili on Wednesday and evaluated the hysteria related to the restriction of freedom of speech and freedom of expression as absurd.
Giga Bokeria stated at the press conference held on Thursday that the government of Georgia permanently criticizes the opposition, however it has no reaction, but the opposition became very irritated when the authorities started to criticize Badri Patarkatsishvili.
Bokeria noted that the opposition parties now needed to unite under the banner of so called fight for freedom of speech in order to fill the vacuum created after the failure of the Okruashvili’s case.
According to the MP, Patarkatsishvili’s made a daring and respectful move when he took decision to return to Georgia, however he ought to give some explanations about his past activities.
The MP has also responded to the rally scheduled on November 02 and noted that the opposition is also free to rally anytime they want.
Tbilisi. October 01 (Prime-News) – Giga Bokeria, one of the leaders of the parliamentary majority, evaluates talks at the Russian state “Duma” about democracy in Georgia as not serious.
Bokeria told journalists today that statements of Russian MPs were surprising for him, as they try to implement negative propaganda against Georgia by any methods.
According to him, Mikheil Saakashvili, president of Georgia, gave irrefragable answer to any provocation from the Russian side.
Mikheil Machavariani, Vice Speaker of the Georgian Parliament, stated that such statements of the Russian side are inadmissible.
Russian state “Duma” intends to adopt a statement regarding situation in Georgia.
Tbilisi. October 01 (Prime-News) – Russian state “Duma” intends to adopt a statement regarding situation in Georgia.
RIA Novosti informs about that referring to Boris Grizlov, Speaker of the Russian state “Duma”.
“Undoubtedly antidemocratic regime operates in Georgia. It is clear to everyone,” Grizlov stated and noted that their statement would also refer to detention of Irakli Okruashvili.
Irakli Okruashvili, former Defense Minister of Georgia, leader of the party “Movement for the United Georgia”, was detained on September 27. General Prosecutor’s Office accuses Okruashvili of money extortion, money laundering, misuse of power and negligence. The crime envisages imprisonment for 25 years.
Tbilisi City Court sentenced Irakli Okruashvili to two-month of pre-trial detention on September 29.
For those of you who don’t get your service through http://directtelevisionpackages.com/nfl-sunday-ticket.html or pay attention to the news, Justin Carter is something of a hot-button issue. This 19 year old was jailed just last year after making a comment on Facebook that was deemed a terroristic threat.
Justin, an avid gamer, was trash talking another player and friend. To avoid getting to graphic, the gist of the discussion resulted in the friend saying Justin was “messed up in the head.” What does Justin do already in the heat of their debate? Well, of course, he meets a joking comment with something only someone “messed up in the head” would possibly say – meeting a joke with a very hyperbolic joke of his own.
The problem is that what he said was quite topical and involved going into a kindergarten and shooting the place up. Was Justin serious? Did he have a plan to actually carry out something like this? There is absolutely no evidence to support any of those suspicions, but that didn’t stop the police from sticking this pretend killer in an institution with “professional killers.”
This has caused quite an uproar in the online community and, let’s be frank, who among any of us hasn’t, in a moment of exasperation or stress, jokingly threatened to strangle or kill someone? Much remains to seen about how this case will pan out.