Governing Party MP to head the controversial State Audit Service in Georgia.

Lasha Tordia

On 23 July, the head of the State Audit Service (SAS) in Georgia, Levan Bezhashvili, handed in his resignation to parliament after four years in office citing his desire to aid the people of the storm battered region of Kakheti in Eastern Georgia. “I believe that at this time of difficulty it is my obligation to stand […] by [the] residents of Kakheti region and help them in [the] relief efforts… so I have decided to quit this comfortable high post in Tbilisi,” he announced. More…