Irakli Garibashvili-Prime Minister of Georgia

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18 Jan. '14 GD Offers 40% Threshold for Election of Mayors
17 Jan. '14 Justice Minister Says not Involved in Selecting New Chief Prosecutor
17 Jan. '14 Rights Groups: More Questions Than Answers in Official Probe into Merabishvili’s Allegations
16 Jan. '14 PM Says Russia Lacks Levers to Deter Georgia's EU Association
16 Jan. '14 PM Comments on NATO MAP
13 Jan. '14 PACE Monitors Visit Georgia
1 Jan. '14 Georgia's New Leaders Deliver New Year Addresses
30 Dec. '13 Chief Prosecutor Resigns
29 Dec. '13 Georgian PM Condemns Volgograd Rail Station Bombing
28 Dec. '13 UNM Holds Protest Rally, Says 'Democracy is in Danger'
27 Dec. '13 New Chief of Intelligence Service Appointed
27 Dec. '13 Usupashvili Comments on Allegations Against Chief Prosecutor
25 Dec. '13 New Deputy Justice Minister Appointed
23 Dec. '13 Chief Prosecutor Embroiled in 'Criminal Record' Allegations
22 Dec. '13 Court Suspends Tbilisi Mayor Ugulava from Office
21 Dec. '13 PM Says Georgia will Be Ready for AA by August
20 Dec. '13 Politicians' Ratings in NDI-Commissioned Poll
19 Dec. '13 Georgian PM Hails Putin's 'Readiness to Improve' Ties
18 Dec. '13 Prison Minister Denies Merabishvili's Allegations as 'Utterly False'
18 Dec. '13 NDI-Commissioned Public Opinion Survey
17 Dec. '13 Georgia and Shah Deniz II Gas Project
17 Dec. '13 PM Comments on Merabishvili’s Allegations
17 Dec. '13 Merabishvili Accuses Chief Prosecutor of Threatening Him
16 Dec. '13 Georgia's PM Visits Azerbaijan
13 Dec. '13 New Provincial Governors Appointed
10 Dec. '13 Progress, Shortcomings Reviewed on Human Rights Day
6 Dec. '13 U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Sums Up Georgia Visit
6 Dec. '13 U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Visits Georgia
5 Dec. '13 Govt Called 'Not to Yield to Attempts of Discrediting' Local Governance Reform
2 Dec. '13 PM: No Georgian Govt Delegation at Sochi Olympics

27 Nov. '13 PM: Georgia Less Dependent on Russia than Ukraine
25 Nov. '13 French External Trade Minister Visits Georgia
24 Nov. '13 Ivanishvili: 'I Quit Politics, But Remain Active Citizen'
23 Nov. '13 New Deputy Defense Minister Appointed
22 Nov. '13 New Army Chief of Staff Appointed
21 Nov. '13 Georgian, Russian Diplomats Meet in Prague
21 Nov. '13 New Chief Prosecutor Appointed
21 Nov. '13 Ivanishvili: 'My Activities will Be Absolutely Transparent'
20 Nov. '13 New PM Wins Confidence Vote
20 Nov. '13 Garibashvili Says Probe Underway into Cases of Forced Disappearance
20 Nov. '13 PM-Designate, UNM MPs Spar in Heated Hearing
19 Nov. '13 Parliament Launches Speedy Hearings on Cabinet
18 Nov. '13 PM-Designate Names Cabinet, No Changes
18 Nov. '13 Georgia, Israel Sign Visa-Free Agreement
18 Nov. '13 Parliamentary Hearings over PM-Designate Planned This Week
17 Nov. '13 New President Takes Office with Diminished Powers
17 Nov. '13 Margvelashvili Signs His First Presidential Decree
16 Nov. '13 Ivanishvili's GDDG to Replace Chairman of its Parliamentary Faction
11 Nov. '13 Garibashvili Visits France
9 Nov. '13 New Interior Minister Named
8 Nov. '13 New Chief Prosecutor Named
7 Nov. '13 Chief Prosecutor to Step Down
2 Nov. '13 In Quotes: Politicians Comment on Garibashvili's Nomination as PM
2 Nov. '13 Garibashvili Named as Next PM
2 Nov. '13 Senior MP: Garibashvili Among Possible Prime Ministerial Candidates
29 Oct. '13 Outgoing PM Plans to Name Successor This Week
26 Oct. '13 Rumors Swirl Over Ivanishvili's Potential Pick for Next PM
23 Oct. '13 Presidential Election Guide
15 Oct. '13 Kartlos Garibashvili
3 Oct. '13 Interior Ministry Says 'Jihad Threat' Video Case Solved

23 Sep. '13 CEC Registers 23 Candidates for Presidential Election
23 Sep. '13 Interior Minister Visits Baltic States, Belarus
5 Sep. '13 Secret Recordings of Private Lives, Stored in Interior Ministry, Destroyed
5 Sep. '13 Benelux Foreign Ministers to Visit Georgia
27 Aug. '13 Interior Minister Visits Turkey
15 Aug. '13 Internal Security Minister of Israel Visits Georgia
11 Aug. '13 Saakashvili, Ivanishvili Attend Reception on Visiting U.S. Warship
8 Aug. '13 In War Anniversary Speech Ivanishvili Reaches Out to Sokhumi, Tskhinvali
25 Jul. '13 Govt Gets Advice on How to Handle Illegal Surveillance Recordings
20 Jul. '13 Police Say 12 Arrested After Objects Thrown at UNM Leaders in Zugdidi
15 Jul. '13 NDI Poll Shows GD Far More Popular Than Its Presidential Candidate
9 Jul. '13 Man's Death Day After Police Interrogation Raises Questions
8 Jul. '13 Saakashvili Slams Interior Ministry for Letting Russian MP in Georgia
1 Jul. '13 Georgian Interior Minister Visits Armenia
28 Jun. '13 Ivanishvili Rules Out Politics Behind Legal Proceedings Against Tbilisi City Officials
23 Jun. '13 Saakashvili Comments on Arms Caches
22 Jun. '13 Destruction of Recordings of Private Lives Delayed
20 Jun. '13 Torture Videos Shown to Media, Civil Society Representatives
19 Jun. '13 Interior Minister Comments on Probe into 'Jihad Threat' Video
19 Jun. '13 Interior Ministry Says Five Arrested over Torture Videos Found in Arms Cache
19 Jun. '13 Recordings of Private Lives Obtained through Illegal Surveillance said to be Destroyed on Sunday
11 Jun. '13 Interior Minister: 'Jihad Threat' Video Uploaded from Georgia
11 Jun. '13 GD MPs: Parliamentary Probe into 'Jihad Threat' Video Premature
11 Jun. '13 Saakashvili Convenes NSC over 'Jihad Threat' Video
8 Jun. '13 Saakashvili Demands from Interior Ministry to Find Those Behind 'Jihad Threat' Video
7 Jun. '13 PM Says Deadly Afghan Attack 'will Not Make Us Retreat'
5 Jun. '13 Saakashvili Holds National Security Council Meeting
5 Jun. '13 Citing Schedule Conflicts, Ivanishvili Snubs NSC Session
4 Jun. '13 MEPs Sum Up Georgia Visit
3 Jun. '13 MEPs Visit Georgia

21 May. '13 Georgian Interior Minister Visits Azerbaijan
19 May. '13 PM Hails Police Actions During May 17 Violence
19 May. '13 Interior Ministry Marks Police Day
12 May. '13 First Deputy Interior Minister Arrested over Leaked Sex Video
11 May. '13 Margvelashvili Named as GD's Presidential Candidate
6 May. '13 Georgian Interior Minister Visits Israel
4 May. '13 Police Investigate Breach of Privacy Rights After Leak of Sex Video
29 Apr. '13 Govt Pledges Strong Scrutiny Mechanisms to Prevent Illegal Surveillance
29 Apr. '13 PM Hints on Possible Dismissal of One Minister
22 Apr. '13 NDI Poll: GD Maintains Strong Support
19 Apr. '13 UNM Rallies, Claims 'Renewal'
4 Apr. '13 Interior Ministry, GYLA in Row over Batumi Incident
2 Apr. '13 U.S.-Funded Maritime Fusion Center Planned
18 Mar. '13 Interior Minister Grilled by UNM MPs
24 Feb. '13 EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Visits Georgia
19 Feb. '13 Foreign Minister Grilled by UNM MPs
18 Feb. '13 Ivanishvili Vows to Cooperate Closely with Civil Society Groups
16 Feb. '13 Tbilisi Mayor Arrives at Police Station for Questioning
11 Feb. '13 Police Warn Tbilisi Mayor over Questioning
9 Feb. '13 President's Address Marred by Scuffles
8 Feb. '13 Saakashvili Delivers Address to the Nation
8 Feb. '13 Protest Ends at National Library
8 Feb. '13 Chaotic Scenes at National Library Delay President's Address
4 Feb. '13 U.S. Ambassador Comments on Political Developments
28 Jan. '13 Interior, Finance Ministers Visit U.S., Defense Minister Visits UK
28 Dec. '12 Saakashvili Slams Parliament for Overriding Veto
28 Dec. '12 Parliament Overturns Saakashvili's Veto
28 Dec. '12 Parliament to Discuss Presidential Veto on Amnesty
2 Dec. '12 Probe into Merabishvili's Alleged Fake Passport Continues
28 Nov. '12 Interior Minister: 'Crime Situation is not Deteriorating'

13 Nov. '12 Parliament Endorses Credentials of Ten New MPs
31 Oct. '12 New Chief of Patrol Police Appointed
30 Oct. '12 New Interior Minister Names his Deputies
25 Oct. '12 Ivanishvili Confirmed as Prime Minister
24 Oct. '12 Ivanishvili's Incoming Govt's Program
16 Oct. '12 Ivanishvili's Incoming Cabinet
9 Oct. '12 Meeting of the Rivals amid 'Most of Power' Handover
9 Oct. '12 After Meeting, Ivanishvili and Saakashvili Make Statements
9 Oct. '12 Saakashvili Meets Ivanishvili
8 Oct. '12 Ivanishvili Names Part of Incoming Cabinet
7 Oct. '12 Media Reports on Ivanishvili's Possible Picks for Cabinet Posts
5 Oct. '12 GD, UNM Launch Power Handover Talks
4 Oct. '12 UNM Names Four-Member Team for Talks with Georgian Dream
3 Oct. '12 Ivanishvili: President's Resignation not a Demand
28 Sep. '12 More Secret Audio, Video Tapes Emerge as Elections Near
22 Sep. '12 Saakashvili Speaks of 'Russian War of Compromising Materials'
19 Sep. '12 Videos of Inmates Abuse, Rape Emerge
31 Aug. '12 Ex-Footballer Kaladze Leads Georgian Dream's Party List
15 Feb. '12 Ivanishvili Unveils Core Team of His Planned Party
11 Dec. '07 Seven Remain in Presidential Race
9 Dec. '07 Patarkatsishvili Registered as Presidential Candidate
6 Dec. '07 13 Remain in Presidential Race
29 Nov. '07 19 Remain in Presidential Race
26 Nov. '07 22 Bid for Presidency – CEC
10 Oct. '07 ‘Soldier Commits Suicide’
7 Jan. '04 With Most of the Votes Counted Saakashvili’s Victory Beyond Doubt
4 Jan. '04 Officials Still Call for Higher Voter Turnout
12 Dec. '03 Seven Candidates Run for Presidency
12 Jun. '03 Mkalavishvili at Large, Despite Detention Warrant

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Irakli Garibashvili (Georgian: ირაკლი ღარიბაშვილი, also transliterated as Gharibashvili) (born June 28, 1982) is a Georgian politician and former business ...

Prime Minister of Georgia - 18.01.2014

Irakli GaribashviliIrakli Gharibashvili

Date of birth: June 28, 1982


2005 - Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Master's degree in International Relations;

2002-2004 - Sorbonne University, Faculty of Political Sciences (specialty - International relations), Paris, France;

1999-2004 - Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Faculty of International Law and International Relations, specialty - International Relations;

1988-1999 secondary schools No 1 of Dedoplistskaro Region.

Work Experience:

20/11/2013 - He was appointed The Prime Minister of Georgia

25/10/2012 - 17/11/2013 - the Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia

15/02/2012 - founder/member of Georgian Dream - Democratic Georgia Political party, the Head of Review Committee of the Party;

07/2009- 06/2012 - Director of (Lable) Georgian Dream Ltd;

12/2007 - 14/02/2012 member of Supervisory Board of JSC Cartu Bank;

08/2006 - personal representative of the Honorary Consul of San Marino to Georgia;

12/2005 - 14/02/2012 - the Head of the Board of Administrators, General Director of Cartu International Charity Fund;

10/2005 - 01/11/2008 - Assistant of the President of JSC Cartu Group;

05/2005 - 10/2005 - the Deputy Director of Logistics Department of Burji Ltd (Cartu Group);

2004-2005 - Manager of External Purchase Office of Logistics Department of Burji Ltd (Cartu Group);

2001- 2002 - Probationer at Foreign Affairs Committee of the Parliament of Georgia.

Languages: Georgian, English, French, Russian.

Family status: he has a wife and two children

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Irakli Garibashvili to become a new prime minister of Georgia • Tabula‎Diese Seite übersetzen
02.11.2013 - Irakli Garibashvili will become a new prime minister of Georgia, Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili announced on 2 November.

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21.11.2013 - Georgia's new Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili, who was on Wednesday confirmed as the youngest current head of government in Europe, is a ...

Garibashvili Named as Next PM - Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 2 Nov.'13
PM Bidzina Ivanishvili (left) and Interior Minister Irakli Garibashvili (right) at a celebration of Police Day on May 19, 2013. Interior Ministry photo
31-year-old Interior Minister, Irakli Garibashvili, has been named as next Prime Minister of Georgia to replace Bidzina Ivanishvili, who will step down this month.
Ivanishvili announced about the nomination of Garibashvili, who is his long-time close associate, after a meeting with GD coalition leadership and GD parliamentary majority members on November 2.
Before becoming the youngest cabinet member in PM Ivanishvili’s government in October, 2012, Garibashvili spent his entire eight-year working career (not counting one-year internship at the parliamentary committee for foreign affairs) with entities affiliated with Ivanishvili and his family.
He was head of the billionaire’s charitable foundation Cartu before entering politics together with Ivanishvili in October, 2011. Garibashvili studied international relations and law at the Tbilisi State University, before graduating University of Paris-I, Panthéon-Sorbonne.
It is not yet decided who will replace Garibashvili on the post of the interior minister, Ivanishvili and Garibashvili said.
The sitting cabinet, according to the new constitution, has to resign after the inauguration of president-elect Giorgi Margvelashvili on November 17; the new PM and the cabinet has to be formally named by GD parliamentary majority and nominated by the new president and then approved by the Parliament.
New PM will have much more powers at the expense of cutting those of the president, according to the new constitution, which will go into force after the inauguration of president-elect Margvelashvili.
Praising Garibashvili as a “very practical”, “very honest” person and “good manager”, Ivanishvili said that prime ministerial nominee was accepted by GD coalition leadership and then by the GD parliamentary majority members “unanimously” and “with ovations”. He said that anyone within the team had an opportunity to voice “dissent opinion”, but there was not any.
“I am very glad that the right choice has been made,” Ivanishvili said and hailed Garibashvili for, as he put it, “transforming police, which had its trust within public completely lost” into the “European-type of police”.
“This man,” Ivanishvili said pointing at Garibashvili, “managed to do a miracle in one year… He proved that he deserves to be the Prime Minister.”
Ivanishvili also said: “The Georgian society can be proud of the government I am leaving behind.”
Garibashvili, who was standing next to Ivanishvili, said: “I promise everyone – to the population, you [referring to Ivanishvili], to the government and the [GD] coalition, that I will spare no efforts to successfully continue what you [referring to Ivanishvili] have started and to continue your policy.”