After less than a month of serving as first deputy interior minister, Lasha Natsvlishvili has been moved to a new job and became the first deputy chief prosecutor.
It is not yet known who will replace him on the post of first deputy interior minister.
Lasha Natsvlishvili was a lawmaker after October 1 elections from PM Bidzina Ivanishvili’s Georgian Dream coalition before becoming first deputy interior minister in late October. He worked for the prosecutor’s office in 1990s before joining Special State Protection Service in 1999 where he served for two years before becoming deputy state security minister in 2001. In 2004-2008 he was a majoritarian MP, elected in Lagodekhi single-mandate constituency. At the time he was with the Republican Party (now part of the Georgian Dream coalition), but he quit the party in mid-2010.