According to reports, the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia Nodar Javakhishvili will leave post. As it is reported, the decision is already made in the ruling party.
There are no potential candidates who should be the next Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia.
As it is reported, there are some non-official informations on changes in minister’s cabinet. Including which the Finance Minister Nodar Khaduri will leave the post. Dimitri Kumsishvili will change him. Giorgi Gakharia will lead Economy Ministry. As for the State Minister of European and EU Integration of Georgia, Davit Bakradze will be changed by Viktor Dolidze. He is the former member of Free Democrats.
Free Democrat’s leader Irakli Alasania leaves politics. This statement was made by him a few minutes ago. Irakli Alasania removes his candidacy from 41th majoritarian districts of Gori where he is on second place with 19,38% and can take part in second round.
“I am thankful to every citizen who supported me but I has decided to stop my campaign. We need a team to implement our plans and work in parliament. But we can’t do this unfortunately. I see no opportunity to actively influence on process in Georgia. I have decided to leave politics temporarily,”-Irakli Alasania said.
According to the information of United National Movement, if the results are unsatisfactory in elections for Georgian Dream, the former Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvli will leave Georgia. As Nika Melia and Giga Bokeria said, the information is trusted.
“Bidzina Ivanisvhili has met with his nearest surroundings in informal format and said: if the results are unsatisfactory in parliamentary elections, he will leave Georgia. In our opinion, despite Ivanishvili regressed practically all of the sectors in our country, it will be too unfavorable if he really leaves Georgia after the elections,”-Giga Bokeria and Nika Melia said.
The new political centre Girchi has left Paata Burchuladze-State for People. The special briefing was hold yesterday.
“While this important issue will become a theme of political manipulations we want to explain to our supporters. Girchi made a decision to leave election block Platform Paata Burchuladze State for People. This is too difficult but needful process because there are a lot of problems in this block. Girchi has its own principles and there is a line we will not ever cross. We will meet next elections,”-its’ said in the statement.
The Secretary General of Democratic Movement Zaza Vekua has left the party. According to him, the decision has been already made and only the judicial side is left.
As for the reason, Zaza Vekua says that one of them is different opinions on political issues.
“There are some reasons but mostly important one is different opinions on political issues,” - Secretary General of Democratic Movement Zaza Vekua said.
The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union. The official result has been announced at the voting headquarters in Manchester, giving the “Leave” vote 17.4 million votes, to 16.1 million for “Remain”. Earlier it was clear that the “Leave” campaign had secured an unassailable lead, with 52 percent of the vote compared to 48 percent for the “Remain” camp. David Cameron has said he will step down as British prime minister. Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron, resigns. He aims for a new Prime Minister to be in place within three months.
It looks increasingly unlikely that article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty will be invoked before October this year. Once invoked, it triggers a two-year period for negotiating withdrawal from the EU. Leave took 52% of the vote, with 17.4 million votes, whilst Remain had 16.1 million votes.
Scotland, Northern Ireland and London voted to Remain but Leave took big victories particularly in Wales and the North of England. In Scotland and Northern Ireland, questions have been raised about the unity of the United Kingdom.
Around 46.5 million people were registered to vote in this referendum, only the third nationwide poll of this kind in UK history. Turnout was 72.16% - the highest since the 1997 General Election. In Europe, leaders have begun to react to the result, calling for unity during the withdrawal process.
Marion Le Pen, leader of the French Front National party, and Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom, have called for referendums within their own countries. On the markets the pound plunged sharply as Leave took the lead. At its lowest point it fell by more than 10%, a low not seen since 1985. Shares fell sharply, too. David Cameron and his wife Samantha as he makes his resignation speech