I keep my eyes on Georgia because if a man like Stalin can come from there then a world dictator antichrist Saakashvili can metamorphosis from there
Georgian Prime Minister Ivanishvili has nominated the country’s interior minister to replace him when he steps down later this month. The 31-year-old Irakli Garibashvili, is a long-time associate of Ivanishvili. “Irakli Garibashvili has shown during his time in the [interior] ministry that he will also be a worthy prime minister” Ivanishvili said.
Like Saak-ashvili, the name Garib-ashvili (also translated as Gharib-ashvili) is not hard for Armenians to remember; Saak came from Sako, and Garib in Armenian means stranger, like a stranger in a country. While "ashvili" is the same for ALL Georgian names and means "son of".
Born June 28, 1982, (the new PM) is a Georgian politician and a former business executive. He was appointed as Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia in the cabinet of Bidzina Ivanishvili on October 25, 2012.
Early Career: Irakli Garibashvili graduated from the Tbilisi State University (TSU) with a degree in International Relations in 2004. He also studied at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University from 2002 to 2004 and obtained a master's degree in International Relations from the TSU in 2005. Since 2004, he has worked with the multi-billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili, becoming Director General of Ivanishvili's charity foundation Cartu in 2005, a member of the supervisory board of Ivanishvili's Cartu Bank in 2007 and director of the label Georgian Dream founded by Ivanishvili's pop-star son Bera in 2009. Gharibashvili became involved in the politics of Georgia when Ivanishvili founded his political party Georgian Dream–Democratic Georgia in February 2012. He was included in the party list of MP candidates for the October 1 parliamentary election.
As Minister of Internal Affairs: After the Georgian Dream's victory in the 2012 parliamentary election, Garibashvili was appointed as Minister of Internal Affairs in the cabinet of now-Prime Minister Ivanishvili on October 25, 2012. Gharibashvili, then 30 years old and described by the Georgian media as "Ivanishvili's right-hand man", became the youngest member of Georgia's new government. Reforming the Interior Ministry, a powerful agency overseeing police, security and intelligence services, as well as the border guard and navy, was a part of the Georgian Dream's pre-election agenda.
In November 2012, the Interior Ministry arrested several high-ranking officials from the previous government, including the former minister Bachana Akhalaia. This led to concerns regarding selective justice and political vengeance and drew criticism from the domestic opposition and the international media. Gharibashvili's agency also faced the post-election spike in crime in Georgia. Gharibashvili defended the arrests as being in strict accordance with the law and justice and claimed that the rate of minor crime, albeit increased, was not alarming
Edited by man, 02 November 2013 - 08:11 AM.