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Former Government’s Influence in Energy Companies

Published: August 8, 2013 | 11:44 am
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To what extent have members of the former government been able to maintain their influence in AS Telasi and other State and private energy companies? TV3 has studied the situation based on data published on the for.ge internet portal, which provides a detailed description of activities and appointments within Telasi. According to the data, the former regime’s influence can still be felt in the company, as demonstrated by the high number of United National Movement members amongst its senior employees. A similar situation can be observed within State Electric System, where the company director is a close friend of the former Prime Minister Nika Gilauri. Spokespeople at both Telasi and State Electric System have described the information as absurd and not worth commenting on.

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