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More Shall Be Arrested

09.06.2010
The Christian-Democrat Movement criticizes the amendments to the budget. Nika Laliashvili, a leader of the political party stated that the introduced amendments are not adequate to the requirements which are urgent for the society. He said that not a single healthcare project is funded.

“Instead of funding our communities abroad, Sunday schools and meeting places, we carry out unclear manipulations by selling our old and purchasing new embassy in Germany for which additional 2 million GEL are allocated from the budget,” said Laliashvili.

The MP said that in accordance with these changes, most funds are spent on prison construction. “Two new prisons are being built. This makes us think that the government, which has reinforced their positions after the municipal elections of May 30, has changed their election slogan (More Shall Be Done) into More Shall Be Arrested.”

The state budget increases at 215 million GEL; 150 million GEL of which are connected with the increase of revenues; the rest are connected with the grants. The parliament will enact the amendments at the plenary session on June 18.

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