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PM to present new faces of "Georgian Dream"

Category: Gender policy 
2016-07-14

Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili will presents the new faces of the Georgian Dream today. The ceremony will be held at the Ilia Chavchavadze museum. We are talking about 16 people, part of which will run in the constuencies and theothers for the proportional list, eight of them are women.

 

The list includes one member from the Conservative Party, who will be running for the Georgian Dream list. This allegedly is Zviad Dzidziguri.

 

Georgian Dream political council, which was held until late last night, was alos attended by the candidates .

 

Among the new faces are named Tamar Chugoshvili, Deputy Interior Minister Archil Talakvadze, Assistant to the Prime Minister on gender issues, Sopo Japaridze, Deputy Minister Tamar Khulordava, Irina Pruidze member and a businessman, Beka Odisharia


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