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Georgia: President Saakashvili being asked to move…

Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili says President Mikheil Saakashvili should vacate the presidential palace. Ivanishvili told journalists on November 2 it was too expensive for the Georgian government to maintain the building. The prime minister said the spending on the palace was “immoral” and that savings could be used to help the “many refugees and poor citizens in our country.” According to Ivanishvili, the state pays $500,000 per year just for the palace’s electricity bills…

Sorry I had to stop laughing before I continued to write this article…

I can just see Sassy’s face when he is told to get out…

Strange things going on in Georgia on the political scene right now. This palace they are talking about is the same one that Sveta got in trouble for trying to take a picture of. They told Sveta that it was against the law to take a picture of the palace and she was harassed for doing just that, “Taking a picture of the Sassy Presidential Palace!

Strange things going on…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

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  1. admin Post author | November 2, 2012

    Georgia’s President Mikhail Saakashvili has refused to move out of the presidential palace in Tbilisi and work in the State Government Office instead, his spokeswoman stated Friday.

    Earlier, the newly appointed Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili urged Saakashvili to move out as the palace requires too high maintenance, and is a burden on the Georgian economy.

    Ivanishvili wants to allocate the money to the needy and not spend it on the palace.

    Georgia’s PM urges Saakashvili to move out of presidential palace

    Georgia’s newly appointed Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has urged President Saakashvili to move out of the presidential palace in Tbilisi to the State Government Office where he can occupy a whole floor.

    The Prime Minister explained that the palace is too high maintenance and is a burden for the Georgian economy.

    Ivanishvili plans to save money on the palace and allocate it to the needy.

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