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Georgia’s main “mama’s boy” finds deficit

2010-09-14 10:14

As early as in May the Georgian leader stated that construction of a new Tbilisi-Batumi highway will provide for increase in cargo transportation volumes, will facilitate movement inside the country and will boost Ajaria's development. Judging by all this, the president will not calm down until he turns the region into a European holiday canter. "I know there is a lot to be done even though the region will progress five times quicker than Turkey. This year we expect 800-900 thousand tourists to come to Ajaria, and in 2012 when the development project in the region ends - over 2 million", - he assured in May. Is the situation with domestic work force so sad that Mishiko is ready to take back his comparisons with the Turkish republic and wait for the end of Ramadan to embrace industrious



Manana Nachkebia, Right Opposition faction leader is not surprised at the situation putting all responsibility on the educational reform carried out five years ago.

- Our party was in parliament then, we criticized the reform saying that staff training cannot be passed over to private enterprises. The state must control demand for personnel and timeframe for training. Our apprehensions came true. All young people who managed to take exams in higher educational institutions tried to get to most sought-after law or economy faculties,. No one wished to master construction professions or become an agriculturist, since five or six years ago there was no demand for these occupations. Then, the government would have interfered and controlled the situation but it didn't. The reason we are having the current situation is also due to incompetence of those in charge of education reform. It is too late to acknowledge that. As for another requirement - mandatory learning of the English language - this is not a correct approach either. Language competence early in 21st century is obligatory but people must learn languages they are interested in. Turks are building roads, and I think this is our government's gross mistake. Our people should have been given opportunity to get reeducated in order to gain knowledge in this field. We have all kinds of professionals - constructors, road builders, tunnel workers - but these people have either gone or they simply have no chance of getting a required qualification. I consider it unacceptable to allow migrant workers to the market suffering a high deficit of personnel.

We are left to hope that Tbilisi-Kiev scandal over Georgian representatives on the first round of Ukraine's elections early this year won't ward Ukrainians off working on Georgia's construction sites. The phrase that Chinese workers will take local construction sites by storm sounds skeptical.

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