Parliament approved Irakli Mekvabishvili on the post of Head of State Audit Service
Publish Time 2017-09-20 18:14:00
With 80 votes for and non-against, - Irakli Mekvabishvili was approved on the post of Head of State Audit Service during the parliament’s sitting today.
The legislative body elected Mekvabishvili for the five-year term.
He served as the main banker of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in Georgia.
Parliamentary majority underlines Mekvabishvili’s professionalism. Minority says that it is important how new head of the Audit Service will maintain independence and be impartial.
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