Former Georgian President and now Governor of Odessa, Mikheil Saakashvili has promised an open selection of all 26 heads of Odessa’s regional administrations, during a press conference in the Black Sea city, Tuesday. The governor stated "All the 26 districts will have managers appointed on a new principle. I expect that in absolute majority it will be new people. The selection will be honest." Saakashvili was appointed as Odessa’s governor of May 30, the day after he was granted Ukrainian citizenship. The governor previously turned down the position, offered to him by President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, of First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine because he was not then a Ukrainian citizen. Saakashvili left Georgia after the inauguration of the new President Georgi Margvelashvili in November 2013. He first took residence in New York, before heading to Ukraine to take up his current position. In June 2014 Georgian authorities brought criminal charges against Saakashvili, over alleged “exceeding of official powers” during the 2007 Georgian demonstrations, as well as police raids on the offices of Imedi TV and the seizure of other assets of the late tycoon Badri Patarkatsishvili.
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