Kakha Kakhishvili appointed new head of Georgia's gov’t administration
Georgia's Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze appointed former Minister of Corrections Kakha Kakhishvili as the new head of the government administration.
Bakhtadze described Kakhishvili as the "most successful minister,” who managed to carry out fundamental reforms in the penitentiary system.
"Success and successful reforms in one field is not sufficient, we need fundamental changes in all directions. The government administration plays a critical role for the coordination of the reforms initiated by the government. In the new role, Kakha will coordinate all the reforms we will launch. I am sure that Kakha will worthily fulfill his responsibilities," Agenda.ge cited Bakhtadze as saying.
Kakhishvili spoke about the importance of fast-paced progress and stated that through the high-level of coordination between different state bodies, people will feel improvements in a short period of time.
Kakhishvili, 45, has studied law and took up the correction minister’s post on August 1, 2015.
The position of the head of the government administration became after Shalva Tadumadze was nominated for a chief prosecutor's post.