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“Europe Our Home” vs Kutaisi City Mayor

23.12.2014
 
Shorena Kakabadze, Imereti

“Employees of the City Hall must be busy with the implementation of their duties instead running in the street and participation in different demonstrations. Public servant shall not stand in the street during hours and voice interests of anybody, even of the government,” representative of the nongovernmental organization Europe Our Home Tornike Baratashvili protested the ongoing developments in the Kutaisi City Hall. 

Baratashvili spoke about opening ceremony of the central motor-way in Tskaltubo municipality on December 19, where employees of the Kutaisi City Hall and public law legal entities also participated; he said it was not first fact.

“We request to study this case and also monitor activities of the employees of the Kutaisi City Hall and union of public law legal entities. We will send the documents reflecting those facts to international organizations NDI and IRI, who generally study similar violations,” Tornike Baratashvili said, who blames Kutaisi Mayor Shota Murgulia in the aforementioned violation.  
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