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Khidasheli: the parties included in the coalition are physically unable to pay the imposed fine
13:57 27.06.2012
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None of the political parties included in the coalition “Georgian dream” will be able to pay the fine imposed by the City Court. One of the leaders of “Georgian dream” and “Republican party”, Tina Khidasheli said it “Internet.ge”.

According to her, in case of payment of the amount, the party will no longer be able to exist. 

“I don’t know according to what principle should we pay the money, but no matter of the model of payment, the amount is so large that for the party it is impossible to cover it. As for today’s decision, series of absurdity continues in the country, author of which is Mikheil Saakshvili. He sees dreams at nights and then the Court announces them. I am sorry that I knew him once”, - Khidasheli said.    

The City Court has made decision to impose a fine on the subjects of “Georgian dream” on the basis of the protocol drawn up by the Control Chamber of Georgia.

According to the decision made by the judge Ilona Todua, the mentioned parties have to pay 2 383 097 GEL.

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