Tina Bokuchava: The current anti-corruption bureau will always perform a political task, it cannot and will not investigate the corruption of high-ranking officials of the "Dream" itself

The current anti-corruption bureau will always fulfill a political task, it cannot and will not investigate the corruption of the high-ranking officials of "Dream", Tina Bokuchava, the chairperson of the "United National Movement" faction, said in a conversation with journalists, thereby evaluating the decision of the anti-corruption bureau regarding the verification of the property declaration of the leaders of "Georgian Dream". According to her, there is a serious problem of elite corruption in the country, which is incompatible with the country's economic growth and poverty reduction."The current anti-corruption bureau will not be able to fight corruption in any way, because it does not have institutional independence, it will always perform a political task, with this institutional arrangement, which is now offered by "Dream". Naturally, it cannot and will not study the corruption of high-ranking officials of "Dream". , that elite corruption in the country practically increases every year. There is a serious problem of elite corruption in the country, which is incompatible with the country's economic growth and poverty reduction. Poverty cannot be reduced, the economy cannot grow in a country where the Russian oligarch rules the country with corrupt schemes, corrupt deals and corrupt bureaucrats like one of his political puppets is Irakli Gharibashvili. This is the reality that we must change and will certainly change after the elections, and after that we will definitely have an independent anti-corruption bureau. In this regard, we present a specific vision, including in the form of a legislative initiative. society," said Bokuchava.

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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