TBC Bank founders, ex-Parliament Speaker Usupashvili in top 3 of Lelo party list

Lelo has presented its party-list earlier today. Photo: Lelo for Georgia. 

Agenda.ge, 01 Oct 2020 - 12:20, Tbilisi,Georgia

Lelo for Georgia political party, which was founded by co-founders of TBC Bank Mamuka Khazaradze and Badri Japaridze, has presented the party list for the October 31 parliamentary elections. 

Former Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili has appeared in the top three of the list along with Khazaradze and Japaridze, who entered politics following a high-profile money laundering case. 

Usupashvili said that Georgia needs changes and the reason for the creation of Lelo was carrying out the changes. 

He said that Lelo includes the professionals who are able to push positive changes for the country. 

Usupashvili served as parliament speaker of Georgia under the Georgian Dream leadership. Photo: Lelo for Georgia press office.

The party list of Lelo includes the individuals: 

  • Mamuka Khazaradze 
  • Badri Japaridze 
  • David Usupashvili 
  • Anna Natsvlishvili 
  • Irakli Kupradze 
  • Pikria Chikhradze 
  • Kakha Kozhoridze 
  • Grigol Gegelia
  • Levan Koberidze 
  • Saba Buadze 
  • Gigla Mikautadze 
  • Lana Galdava 
  • Tamaz Datunashvili
  • Levan Samushia 
  • Giorgi Mordekhashvili 
  • Medea Metreveli
  • Mamuka Katsitadze 
  • Soso Vakhtangashvili 
  • Sopo Shamanidi 
  • Giorgi Sioridze 
  • Nikoloz Cherkezishvili
  • Tamar Shavgulidze
  • Giorgi Kanashvili 
  • Aleksandre Akhvlediani 
  • Jambul Khozrevanidze 
  • Murad Muradov 
  • Ekaterine Kvlividze 
  • Paata Tsivadze 
  • Soso Liparteliani 
  • Tamar Belkania 

Earlier this month Lelo presented the plan for the ‘reconstruction of Georgian economy.’ 


The plan includes:

  • The creation of 200,000 jobs and a strong middle class, with 600,000 citizens at least receiving more than 3,000 GEL monthly incomes. 
  • Strengthening of farmers and the complete usage of agricultural lands. 
  • Ensuring state care for each elderly individual living alone.
  • Guaranteed first job for the young population and funding the first accommodation for young families. 
  • More powerful and independent women. 
  • State health insurance for all families in the country with the involvement of private insurance companies. 

Most of the recent polls say that Lelo may take 1-3 per cent of votes in the elections.