New chief of Georgia’s state audit agency appointed
( Civil Georgia ) -The Georgian Parliament approved on May 11 with a 115 to 1 vote Deputy Foreign Minister Levan Choladze as head of the main state audit agency, the Chamber of Control, for a five-year term.
Parliamentary Chairperson Nino Burjanadze said that Levan Choladze will have to submit his plan of reform of the agency within a month.
Levan Choladze, 29, served in the National Security Council (NSC) and briefly held the position of Secretary of the NSC before he was appointed as the deputy foreign minister in late 2005.
The position has been vacant since the death of former chairman Zurab Soselia in March.