2008-05-30The President’s Gift to Nino Burjanadze: Next to Nothing to Keep Her Quiet
A rather large chunk of territory of the Tskneti governmental residence has been handed over to the family of Nino Burjanadze, former Speaker of the Georgian Parliament. Mikhail Saakashvili, the president of Georgia gave a plot of land and the accompanying buildings to Nino Burjanadze one month ago. It is claimed that this was out of appreciation for the contributions she made to the development of democratic values and parliamentary system in Georgia and to show appreciation of the entire country for her contributions. Apparently the former head of the parliament accepted this gift, otherwise it would have been expected that greater society would have already heard of her refusal.
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