Certified Teacher Fired from School
In the village Kakabeti of Sagarejo municipality history teacher Tamar Sukhiashvili was dismissed. Sukhiashvili’s dismissal is related to the request of restoration of citizenship of Georgia for Bidzina Ivanishvili.
As the head of Sagarejo organization of Republican Party Gela Kevlishvili stated to Kakheti Information Center, Tamar Sukhiashvili is a certified teacher.
“She was fired from school because she signed a petition with the request to restore Ivanishvili’s citizenship. The grounds for her dismissal were the article 42 of the Law on General Education and article 38th of the Labor Code. According to the first article, the director has a right to issue normative act. As for the second article, if there is no professional union in the organization, the head of the organization has right to dismiss its employee. Sukhiashvili told me that two days ago the Governor of Sagarejo met her and told her not to distribute proclamations,” – Kevlishvili noted.
According to the Governor of Sagarejo municipality Gia Chalatashvili, Tamar Sukhiashvili really visited him. “She asked me to meet her. I met her. She explained her problem I promised that though I have not heard about her dismissal, I would still show interest and find out everything. I do not know what is going on now,” – the Governor stated.
Kakheti Information Center
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