Tbilisi City Court fined the leader of the opposition coalition “Georgia Dream” billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili to nearly $ 92 million for violating the law on political associations of citizens. This is a huge amount of opposition must pay for attempting to bribe voters and illegal campaign financing activity

The court verdict said that Bidzina Ivanishvili shall pay to the state budget 148 650 131 lari ($ 91.7 million). This is the total amount of fines for violations of the law a few episodes detected by the Chamber of Control of the examination of a number of companies controlled by billionaire. In fact, in particular, referred to free distribution of the population in rural areas of satellite dishes by Global one, and the provision of transport services to activists, “the Georgian dream” of “Elita-Burj”. In both cases, investigators and prosecutors Chamber of Control have found that the structures affiliated with Mr. Ivanishvili, operated for non-commercial purposes, and the total amount of services provided and their own political party donations exceeding allowable by law for a single person or entity.

12 June 2012 | , , bidzina ivanishvili, citizen, court, law, leader, tbilisi

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