Roman Gotsiridze: It is clear that it is agreed in advance and the declarations are cleaned as much as possible - it turns out that this is the washing of the leaders of "Georgian Dream" before the elections

It is clear that it is pre-agreed and the declarations are cleaned as much as possible - it turns out that this is the washing of the leaders of "Georgian Dream" before the elections, "Euro-Optimists" MP Roman Gotsiridze said about this while talking to journalists, thus regarding the verification of property declarations of the leaders of "Georgian Dream" he evaluated the decision of the Anti-Corruption Bureau.

As Gotsiridze notes, the "checking" of "Georgian Dream" leaders raises doubts."As is well known, checking of property declarations is done randomly. That was the rule, unless something has been changed now. No one knows whose declaration should be checked. The entire leadership of "Georgian Dream", starting with the Prime Minister and ending with Murusidze, was directly arranged here. That is, all The "checking" of the person, against whom there are serious doubts, begins. If you warn in advance, you will write the declaration beautifully and then announce during the pre-election that "you see" we have checked the entire "Georgian Dream" and we have not found any flaws, or we have identified technical flaws, which essentially It doesn't change anything", on the contrary, it comes out before the elections, washing the leaders of "Georgian Dream". That's why it causes doubt. No matter what kind of commission he created, the very names and surnames that were chosen in this way, their verification raises doubts. It is clear that it is agreed in advance and the declarations are cleared as much as possible", said Gotsiridze.

For information, the anti-corruption bureau decided to check the property declaration of 300 officials. According to their reports, the Bureau will be interested in the property declarations of Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili, Chairman of Georgian Dream Irakli Kobakhidze, members of the Cabinet of Ministers, their deputies and MPs, as well as Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze.

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