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Saakashvili gives opponent 7 days to pay miilions of dollars in bogus fines or will seize property

 
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Saakashvili gives opponent 7 days to pay miilions of dollars in bogus fines or will seize property
The state agency in charge of enforcement of court decisions has been put into action in a case of GEL 74.32 million (about USD 45.4 million) financial penalty imposed on Bidzina Ivanishvili, the leader of Georgian Dream opposition coalition.

Bidzina Ivanishvili has said previously that he would not pay the fine.

“At the first stage the procedure envisages sending a notification to a debtor to voluntarily fulfill the [court] decision within seven days. After the expiration of [this seven-day deadline] compulsory enforcement actions will be undertaken,” National Bureau of Enforcement at the Ministry of Justice said in a statement on June 20.

According to procedures, in case of non-payment of a financial penalty, an enforcement officer launches evaluation of assets of a person facing penalty; the property will then be seized and auctioned; the auction has to be conducted one month after the evaluation of property is completed.

[link to www.civil.ge]

The Georgian government introduced a new law just after Ivanishvili decided to go into politics, designed purely to stop Ivanishvili from using all of his financial might to throw Saakashvili and his ilk out of office.

Since then Saakashvili's party have tried every dirty trick in the book to knock Ivanishvili down. Ivanishvili, for those who don't know, is known as "the good oligarch" because of his philanthropic nature. In fact many of Saakashvili's "achievements" were only made possible thanks to Ivanishvili constantly dipping his hand into his pocket to pay for such things as the new cathedral in Tbilisi, and all the police cars, just as he did when Shevardnadze was still in power. All he wanted was a quiet life, but Saakashvili wanted more.

Eventually he grew dismayed by Saakashvili's increasingly authoritarian position - corruption remains (despite Saakashvili's great lies to the contrary), and his constant sniping at Russia means that there will never be a peaceful resolution to the problem of what to do about Abkhazia and South Ossetia, which Saakashvili "lost" thanks to his wild idea about taking them back by force, and thinking he could beat Russia in a fight.

Ivanishvili's "dream" is for those regions to return only if and when the people there want to return, and the only way forward towards such an unlikely scenario is through trade... peaceful coexistence and mutual trust. Saakashvili, on the other hand, believes that he can trick these people into trusting the Georgians and believing (somehow) that it will be better for them to be ruled by Georgia, than by themselves.

Ivanishvili's party is known as the party of peace, Saakashvili's as the party of war.

What will happen after 7 days? I suspect that the Bailiffs will need to destroy the dreams of thousands of angry Georgians if they are to derail Ivanishvili's movement.

There may even be a revolution.