BI (and everybody else) questions Kbilashvili on Bedukadze release, unfair Ag Min arrests, torture suicide, visa negotiations, collateral execution and loan regulations, Bakradze meets BI and Usupashvili, forestry policy, cutting down trees in Tbilisi, slow growth & big dormant companies, Tbilisi rail bypass, Kharagauli cave in, Dinamo protest, 5.2 million UNM donations, Ilves not stupid, TI Corruption Barometer, Innovation Index behind Armenia, Kutaisi Mayor drama, crimes down says Interior Min, ag co up set up, voter numbers, Swiss GeoWell Ag Report, new Christian Laghidze, Civil Service Bureau web page, Long Bright Days, 666 teacher freak out, Ilia on Muslims, Iraq flights, UNICEF plans re kids, constitution amendments, Tsulukiani blogging, pigs, beer, Gay.

4 thoughts on “TBLPOD12july2013

  1. The Civil Service Bureau is going to launch a renovated web page: http://www.csb.gov.ge The website has an improved search function, as well as a hotline, online help and a system which sends out reminders for people who fill out declarations.

    The Ministry of Environment has put forward a draft national forest policy document which defines the policies for all forests in Georgia, irrespective of ownership. If you are interested, you can make comments on the draft until the 15th of July if you email n.iordanishvili@anr.ge.
    Link: http://goo.gl/jQvMD

    MEME of the week:
    JumpStart Georgia has made a visual timeline of Georgia’s recent events. Viewers can submit events that they think should be included using the submission form at the top of the web page. Link: http://goo.gl/afvMP

    Justice Minister Tea Tsulukiani became a blogger. Tsulukiani’s blog can be found at the following address: TheaTsulukiani.wordpress.com

    Florian Biermann’s article on the Financial titled “Economic Lesson of the week: Tbilisi – a city for cars, not for people” Link: http://goo.gl/nWaJl

    A post on TI’s blog about the chief sources of income of the Georgian Orthodox Church which are private donations and funding from the state. Link: http://goo.gl/b8Avh

    The BBC published Steve Rosenberg’s article titled “Georgia: Are glass-walled police stations enough to tackle corruption?” Link: http://goo.gl/WJZ06

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