Georgia, Tbilisi, Sept. 11 / Trend, N.Kirtskhalia /
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili on Monday took part in the opening of the House of Justice in Marneuli.
"I am pleased that there is a new generation, including our Georgian Azerbaijanis, who achieved much in Georgia, as Georgia owned by ethnic Georgians, ethnic Azerbaijanis, and belongs to the representatives of all the corners. I well remember when I was the Minister of Justice, once I got into the bus Marneuli, attached a camera and filmed as traffic cops robbed the population of 2, 3, 5 GEL, and when the people had nothing else to pick, selected brooms. Took off and brought this film to Shevardnadze. He said that the Justice Minister must not care and walk around and shoot something in the buses. These people, corruption will never go back. I welcome the fact that hundreds of teachers come here and teach children the Georgian language. We must teach all languages, and we will live better, "- Saakashvili said, adding that the Georgian people will not tolerate failure.
"Two days ago, Georgia showed the world that our multi-ethnic society is one. So many people have never gone together. This country was built for not to be given to such a destructive rodents. Georgia will continue to move forward. Georgian people will not tolerate the destruction," - Saakashvili said.
Architect of Marneuli House of Justice is Michele De Luca. The building area is 1,500 square meters.It will accommodate the development of public service agencies, public records, the National Archives, the National Bureau of performance, the Chamber of Notaries. Here employed about 70 local residents.
The House of Justice will work with the new youth project - House of leaders, which will offer sports and intellectual program for local youth.
First House of Justice opened in Georgia on May 26, 2011 in Batumi. Then they appeared in Rustavi, Mestia, Gurjaani, Kutaisi, Ozurgeti and Akhaltsikhe. Before the end of the year the House of Justice will be opened in Gori, Telavi and Tbilisi.
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