6 September 2001 TBILISI, 5 September (Sarke)–Following an extraordinary meeting of the Georgian government, Givi Targamadze, member of the Anti-Corruption Council and representative of the non-governmental organization Institute of Freedom, said that the authorities were not really intending to fight against corruption. Targamadze stressed that there was no force in the Georgian political spectrum able […]

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