There's plenty to be made outside FRR, I've teetered on the brink of selling a few here a time of two but never have.. I was gonna buy SOLG at 8p.. Buy back into SXX at 6p & ALO at 1.25 but never did... Fortune sometimes favours the brave/
Hes name has come up. In dispatches. Wednesday, December 11 There are often cases in Georgia where businesspeople become politicians, and vice versa. There are some interesting cases taking place in this regard in the country.
Recently, Transparency International Georgia published a report revealing different schemes of corrupt deals and nepotism. There are multiple examples showing how the businessmen who had moved to politics use the advantage of their positions and former political figures going into business to take advantage of their former contacts and influence.
The TI reports that out of 147 MPs, 41 have either direct or indirect connections with business. It also reveals the information that out of 69 ministers and their deputies, 19 have direct or indirect connection with business.
In some cases there was a serious risk of a conflict of interests. The authors of the research give the recommendation to regulate and improve the situation. One of the leaders of the Georgian Dream coalition, Kakha Kaladze was nominated as an example. He is the Minister of Energy and had serious business interests in the energy sector.
The report mentions that although after becoming a minister, Kaladze re-registered his shares in the companies; it would be difficult to believe that he would lose his interest towards these companies.
Other high officials were also included in the report who had been affiliated with the Cartu Group, the foundation established by Bidzina Ivanishvili.
TI’s report also offers a list of recommendations advising the government to apply to the cases to improve the situation and decrease the level of risks
Members of the parliamentary majority challenge TI’s observations and conclusions, saying that everything is done according to legislation and that Georgian MPs do not use their political influence to take advantage to any kind of business.
Former businessman, MP Gogi Topadze said that currently business needs no extra protection. Moreover, he said that he is in the parliament to facilitate the creation of a free business environment in the country. Topadze agrees with the fact that it is not necessary for businesspersons to join politics. But the reality and circumstances forced the businessmen to go into politics to protect business interests in general.
strongly starting to believe that AIM is rigged the MMs love the spikes and then the inevitable troughs shares that have come to my attention MARL, REM AOL,ATC,KEA , and FRR earlier in the year , not always the MMs but the chat possibly on the BBs ,,, I never thought before that these boards could create such buying power the day traders move in spike goes up day traders pull out fun and games ... next share please . I am not one to give such excellent posters on this BB advice , but I do hope for a spike on here soon perhaps if we ramp away a little more create a frenzy , then I can sell at a nice profit and wait for the MMs to drop the SP right back down , doesn't matter if the company is any good or bad or has potential its all a game .. sell on the next spike , then have shed loads of cups of tea 5 days later buy on the trough , just my luck this stock wont follow any AIM rules who really knows it may be all up up and away ,, one can hope , but come on FRR 2p or not 2p by Xmas that is the question !!!
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