|Secretary of National Security Council of Georgia|
20 November 2010 – 21 November 2013
|Member of the Parliament of Georgia|
|Born||20 April 1972|
Tbilisi, Georgian SSR, Soviet Union
|Relations||Nana Alexandria (Mother)|
|Alma mater||Tbilisi State University|
Giorgi (Giga) Bokeria (Georgian: გიორგი (გიგა) ბოკერია, born 20 April 1972) is a Georgian politician and was the secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia from November 2010 to November 2013. He is currently one of the leaders of the Movement for Freedom-European Georgia.
In 2003, he visited Serbia Serbia to study peaceful revolution techniques. As a result, the youth movement "Kmara" was established. Movement played leading role in Rose Revolution.[source?]
Bokeria was a Member of Parliament from 2004 to 2008. He was the Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Legal Issues and is a Member of Committee on Defense and Security. He was vice-president of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) and he was vice-chairman of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe group in the assembly (2005-2008). In April 2008 he became deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia, and in November 2010 to Secretary of the National Security Council. He resigned on 15 November 2013 after Georgia elected its new president, Giorgi Margvelashvili. He was member of Parliament of Georgia (2016-2020).
Bokeria is married to Tamara Chergoleishvili. Tamara is editor-in-chief of the magazine Tabula (ტაბულა). Bokeria's mother is the chess grandmaster Nana Alexandria.
References[change | change source]
- ↑ MP Bokeria Becomes Deputy Foreign Minister. Civil Georgia. 7 April 2008
- ↑ Reshuffle in Government, NSC. Civil Georgia. 20 October 2010
- ↑ Georgian National Security Council Secretary resigns Archived 2014-03-23 at the Wayback Machine. Trend News Agency. 15 November 2013.
- ↑ Tabula Magazine and TI Georgia's Ad Market Report. Civil Georgia. 18 December 2011
- ↑ Recommendations and assessments from European Parliament[permanent dead link]. Georgian News TV. 24 November 2011.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Biographical entry on the website of Georgia's parliament
- Biographical entry on the website of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
- Hugh Pope, The Wall Street Journal: Pro-West leaders in Georgia push Shevardnadze out (en)
- Giga Bokeria, Givi Targamadze, Levan Ramishvili: Georgian Media in the 90s: A step to liberty, 1997 (en) (PDF-Datei)