According to BM.GE, Giorgi Gakharia, the Prime Minister of Georgia has selected new candidate for the position of Business Ombudsman.
According to the agency, Mikheil Daushvili, former lawyer of Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister will replace Irakli Lekvinadze.
Daushvili served in the Council, when George Gakharia took the position of Business Ombudsman, he also served as Secretary of the Economic Council; and after Gakharia became Minister of Internal Affairs, Daushvili moved to the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
He occupied position of Deputy Head of Information-Analytical Department at MIA.
To remind, Business Ombudsman Irakli Lekvinadze and his deputy have left their positions voluntarily.
Giorgi Gakharia is expected to present new business ombudsman in the coming days.
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