The Georgian government has rejected all five candidates for the vacant position of the Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC).
According to the government administration's press office, the contest was announced a month ago and 5 persons have submitted their applications. It was decided that no candidate would be nominated for president.
“Five people expressed their desire to participate in the competition for the vacant position of a member of the Georgian National Communications Commission.
Natia Kuprashvili, Beglar Logua, Nino Kubinidze, Zakaria Kutsnashvili and Khatuna Maisashvili submitted the relevant applications to the government administration in accordance with the competition deadlines.
According to the decision of the Government of Georgia, no candidate will be considered for the vacant position of the member of the Georgian National Communications Commission, therefore, none of them will be nominated to the President of Georgia, ”- the government administration says.
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