Dismissed employs of Telasi Company address Bidzina Ivanishvili
Several former employs of Telasi power Distribution Company, visited the office of the Georgian Dream coalition and left a letter to its leader and future Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili on behalf of about 150 employs of the company, which they assert, were dismissed unfairly in summer.
They say the reason of their dismissal was sharply political as they were substituted by unqualified staff after Zurab Arsoshvili was appointed the commercial director of the company.
Arsoshvili has already commented on the protest of the former employs, saying making a political scandal from the controversy of staff cut was unacceptable. Arsoshvili explained that one of the organizers of the protests, Nino Tividze, still works on a serious position in the company and she never hid that she was an activist of the United National Movement.