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Statements made by Majority MPs followed criticism
Publish Time 2016-03-26 20:03:00
The statements made by 2 Majority MPs Tamaz Mechiauri and Davit Lortkipanidze about secretly recorded materials reflecting private life were followed by criticism by lawmakers and international organizations.
Lortkipanidze has been provided explanations about his remarks for already the second day. Chief Prosecutor’s Office said it continued probing into facts of release of videos. The Investigation body asked Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for assistance.
Tamaz Mechiauri leaves Georgian Dream Party
Tamaz Mechiauri, Majority MP and Chairman of the parliamentary Finance-Budgetary Committee, has left Georgian Dream – Democratic Georgia Pa
Tamaz Mechiauri quitting Georgian Dream
Tamaz Mechiauri, Chairman of the parliamentary Finance-Budgetary Committee is quitting Georgian Dream ruling coalition.
Will Tamaz Mechiauri leave Georgian Dream?
Will Tamaz Mechiauri, Majority MP, leave Georgian Dream? MP said that he had talked to former PM Bidzina Ivanishvili over phone, but failed
Levan Berdzenishvili comments on statement made by Tamaz Mechiauri
“With anti-Georgian statements, Tamaz Mechiauri (Majority MP) will be left beyond the politics,” Levan Bedzenishvili thus commented on the
Majority not trusting IRI survey results
The parliamentary majority expresses distrust to results of the survey published by International Republican Institute (IRI). <
Parliament approves changes to be made into Criminal Code with first reading
The Parliament of Georgia has approved amendments on tightening criminal responsibility for infringement of private life and family secrets
MPs to discuss changes to be made into Criminal Code
The lawmakers will discuss changes proposed to be made into Criminal Code with the second hearing today.
Detained former officials do not plead guilty
The five former officials that have been detained over the fact of illegally obtaining video