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  1. TRADITIONALISTS RAISED QUESTION OF GEORGIA'S WITHDRAWAL FROM CIS
    (Daily News: December 4, 2000)

    Georgia's withdrawal from the CIS is absolutely justified at the stage, said the leader of the fraction Traditionalists Akaki Asatiani. According to him, this it the only possible reaction to the activities of Russia from the part of Georgia.

  2. MPS CONSIDERED ANTI-CORRUPTION PROGRAM
    (Daily News: November 30, 2000)

    The anti-corruption program was considered during the enlarged session of the Parliamentary bureau today. The head of the group on working out the program, Chairman of the Supreme Court Lado Chanturia introduced MPs with the key directions of the program.

  3. FRACTION ABKHAZETI SUPPORTS DRAFT BUDGET-2001
    (Daily News: November 29, 2000)

    During the discussion of the next year’s draft budget today, the members of the fraction Abkhazeti expressed readiness to back it up. We will note that according to the Finance Minister Zurab Nogaideli, one of the priorities of the budget 2001 is financing of the Ministry on Refugees’ Affairs.

  4. PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE ON TAXES AND REVENUES SUPPORTED DRAFT BUDGET-2000
    (Daily News: November 28, 2000)

    During the discussion of the next year’s draft state budget today, the Chairman of the Committee on Taxes and Revenues Vitali Khazaradze noted that they had to adopt the budget as “it will be worse without it”. According to Khazaradze, the budget-2001 looks like previous years’ budgets, only the figures have changed in it.

  5. PARLIAMENT WILL CONSIDER VISA REGIME INTRODUCTION ON FRIDAY
    (Daily News: November 21, 2000)

    At the session of the bureau on November 20 the Chairman of the Parliament Zurab Zhvania evaluated the intention of Russia to vest Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region with the soft regime of border crossing as “the attempt to announce annexation”. Zhvania thinks that by the territorial discrimination Russian interferes in the domestic matters of another country.

  6. BUG DISCOVERED IN OFFICE OF CHAIRMAN OF CITIZENS’ UNION FRACTION
    (Daily News: November 20, 2000)

    The Deputy Chairman of the Financial-Budgetary Committee Koba Davitashvili made this announcement at the session of the Parliamentary bureau today. He connected this fact with the recent announcement made by the Interior Minister Kakha Targamadze that he had received some field information from the Parliament and demanded to seriously inquire into the matter.

  7. GLOOMY ENERGY GAMES OF GEORGIAN POLITICIANS
    (Weekly Press Digest: November 19, 2000)

    Last week, the population of the country, blocked the main magistrates, demanding uninterrupted supply with electricity. The actions of the indignant by the absence of electricity, the residents of Vake (elite district) generated, as Dilis Gazeti writes, number of doubt and versions.

  8. EXCISE ON PETROL: TO INCREASE OR DECREASE
    (Weekly Economic Review: November 18, 2000)

    The Ministry to Tax Revenues and the Finance Ministry can not agree on the ways the revenue part of the budget is to be replenished at the expense of the excise on oil products, that serves as one of the reasons for not presenting the final version of the draft budget to the Parliament yet.

    The Minister of Tax Revenues Mikheil Machavariani seeks 50% reduction of the excise rate (at the moment – around $100 per ton).

  9. AUTHORITIES CALLED KHUDONIHES TO MEMORY
    (Daily News: November 16, 2000)

    It was necessary to build KhudoniHES, said today the Minister of Fuel and Energy David Mirtskhulava at the meeting, organized by the opposition New Movement. According to him, the capacity of this HES would amount to 300-400 mW, which would enable to significantly improve the situation today.

  10. POWER CRISIS CONTINUING – INDIGNATION RISING
    (Daily News: November 15, 2000)

    The population of the capital, demanding the settlement of the problems associated with power delivery, has continued the protest action today. They blocked a number of central roads.

  11. MEMBERS OF RUSSIAN STATE DUMA VISITING TBILISI
    (Daily News: November 13, 2000)

    Today, the Chairman of the Parliament Zurab Zhvania met the delegation of the Russian State Duma, headed by its Vice Chairman Vladimir Lukin. The parties discussed the questions concerning Abkhazia, withdrawal of the Russian military bases from the Georgian territory and the visa regime introduction.

  12. JONI KHETSURIANI RE-APPOINTED AS PRESIDENT’S REPRESENTATIVE IN THE PARLIAMENT
    (Daily News: November 6, 2000)

    Joni Khetsuriani, who has recently resigned from the post of the justice minister in connection of a scandalous escape of 12 prisoners from the republican prison hospital, had already occupied the post of President’s parliamentary secretary before his appointment as the minister.

    As for the present secretary, Zurab Marakvelidze, he has been transferred to the National Security Council.

  13. SHEVARDNADZE SEES NO ALTERNATIVE TO THE PRESIDENTIAL GOVERNMENT IN GEORGIA
    (Daily News: November 6, 2000)

    “Georgia is still a transitional country with an unsteady democracy”, motivated his position President Shevardnadze at the briefing today. He thinks, it is early to talk about the next president of Georgia and discuss whether it is Zurab Zhvania (the current Chairman of the Parliament) or Kakha Targamadze (the Interior Minister).

  14. KAKHA TARGAMADZE – UNTOUCHABLE?
    (Weekly Press Digest: November 5, 2000)

    Akhali Taoba enumerates the basic stages of tension turn in the relations between the ruling Citizens’ Union and Interior Minister Kakha Targamadze, noting that “the relations between the Parliament and Executive Authorities have never been too perfect, however what is going on at present is far off any limits of correct”.

    First an information appeared in the press, about the fact that Targamadze’s handy men have been spying one of the leaders of Citizens’ Union, current Justice Minister Mikheil Saakashvili.

  15. CASE CONSIDERATION OF LEGAL OWNER OF JSC SAKTRANSPROECT’S CONTROLLING INTEREST HAS BEEN POSTPONED
    (Daily News: November 3, 2000)

    Confronted sides name various reasons for postponing to November 13 an appeal consideration, brought to the Supreme Court by the Ministry of State Property Management. According to Zurab Noniashvili main specialist of Ministry’s Juridical Department, they have not been able to consider the case, because the respondent had not received a copy of the appeal.

  16. INVESTOR AND EMPLOYEES OF SAKTRANSPROECT HAS BEEN CONDUCTING A CASE FOR 2 YEARS
    (Daily News: November 2, 2000)

    Today the Supreme Court has began a case consideration of legal owner of JSC Saktransproect’s control packet. The history began yet in April 1995, when the employees of this Tbilisi enterprise on transport engineering were allowed to directly purchase JSC’s 51% shares.

  17. RULING PARTY HAS HAD INTERIOR MINISTER ON THE CARPET
    (Daily News: November 1, 2000)

    An extraordinary cession of the Parliament fraction Citizen’s Union, held on October 31, was motivated by Minister’s interview published in the newspaper, where Kakha Targamadze stated, the stabilization in the country is his merit, and Citizen’s Union struggles against him.

    Minister, invited to the meeting, stated, that he had not meant the whole ruling party, but certain individuals, in particular Zurab Nogaideli (Finance Minister) and Mikheil Saakashvili (Justice Minister).

  18. QUESTION ON IMF ASSISTANCE RESUMPTION TO GEORGIA MAY BE SOLVED AT THE END OF THE YEAR
    (Daily News: October 27, 2000)

    As it was noted at the briefing, held with the participation of the head of the fund David Owen today, the question on the resumption of the assistance will be raised if the economic program of Georgia is approved at the meeting of the IMF board of Directors, due to be held in the second half of December. Presumably, this is about allocation of $150 million for 3 years.

  19. BELGIAN VICE-PREMIER DUE TO VISIT GEORGIA ON NOVEMBER 6-8
    (Daily News: October 27, 2000)

    According to the Georgian Foreign Ministry, Lois Michael, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, Development and Cooperation of Belgium, is going to meet President Eduard Shevardnadze, the Chairman of the Parliament Zurab Zhvania, the State Minister Giorgi Arsenishvili and Foreign Minster Irakli Menagarishvili. Lois Michael will also meet Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II.

  20. RETURN VISIT OF THE FOREIGN MINISTER OF TURKEY TO BE HELD ON OCTOBER 25-26
    (Daily News: October 24, 2000)

    During the visit Ismail Cem will meet President Eduard Shevardnadze, the State Minister Giorgi Arsenishvili, the Chairman of the Parliament Zurab Zhvania. The attention will be focused on the regional security provision, development of the economic and military cooperation.

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