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Protest Action of IDPs in front of State Chancellery

09.12.2005

Protest Action of IDPs in front of State Chancellery

Tbilisi.08.12.05.MediaNews. IDPs living in hotels near the “Tbilisi Sea” organized a protest action in front of the State Chancellery. They demand their supply of electricity to be continued. 

According to the demonstrators, they find themselves in a very difficult situation and adding up to this, their electricity was cut off because of a debt of Gel 4 300. They assert that if no measures are taken by the government the actions shall be of a larger scale.

The press service of “Telasi” (the power supply company in Tbilisi) stated to Media News that the objects which have incurred debts will be supplied with electricity only after they repay them.

According to “Telasi’s” data of November 2005, approximately 200 hotels, dormitories and medical institutions where IDPs are accommodated have a total electricity debt of Gel. 450.000.

Despite the fact that the government has allocated 600.000 lari of state benefits for IDPs, this does not seem to be sufficient and IDPs refrain from paying for the used electricity.

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