“Yesterday’s Rezonansi was not sold in Khoni yesterday and as locals say all the newspapers that arrived in Khoni were purchased the Khoni Council,” Rezonansi newspaper reports in February 9 and says quoting the local residents that it was due to an article published in February 8 Rezonansi.
The article was dedicated to the head of local organization of the National Movement Levan Bobokhidze who is a brother of MP Akaki Bobokhidze. Rezonansi reports that Levan Bobokhidze every month takes 15-20% of salaries of budgetary organizations’ employees and uses it “for Party activities.”
Rezonansi clarifies that the given information about Levan Bobokhidze was first published by the Presage.tv quoting an interview with Bobokhidze himself. In the given interview Levan Bobokhidze confirmed the given fact and said that those who would not pay would be dismissed.
“He does not see anything illegal in the given fact and is surprised how can a person refuse to pay when he has a job,” Rezonansi reports and publishes the above mentioned extract from the interview with Levan Bobokhidze.
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