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Saakashvili building castles in the air of Kakhetia2011-01-24 19:55
Mikheil Saakashvili's unrestrained enthusiasm in developing Georgia is universally known. Every day he brings forth new initiatives aimed at turning the country into a bulwark of stability and well-being. Though the majority of his innovative ideas are either political bluffing, or economically unfeasible, Mishiko is keeping his head high. Yesterday, during his trip to Kakhetia, the restless Georgian leader produced another portion of remedies for the country.
In Signakhi, he inspected a new hotel erected by businessman Temur Chkonia that replaced a prosecutor's office building. A hotel for 13 rooms started receiving guests in December, 20 people thus having got a job. Naturally, Mishiko could not but use the fact to attract the public's attention to the opportunities his caring regime opens for the business.
"Earlier, the prosecutor's office used to enter business, such as Temur's, and now private business enters the prosecutor's office, to do business, of course", - the head of the state underlined. Indeed, he knows what he is talking about.
Israeli businessmen who came to the country "to do business" are still kept in a Georgian prison. The prosecutor's office and other state structures' activity in the free market has already led to a situation when there is no businessman left in Georgia who would not be fined or subject to pressure. Considering all these nuances of the country's domestic policy, let us hope that Mishiko won't hand Mr. Chkonia's hotel over to Vano Merabishvili's accomplices after inspecting it.
Having praised himself, the head of the state proceeded to the country's burning problems. "In today's conditions, when we've got many economic challenges, including the fact that the prices have jumped in the world exchange markets and gasoline and foodstuffs are rising in price, as well as essential goods, the only way out, considering that we do not produce any fuel, is the expansion of agricultural production in Georgia; that's why we bring new seeds and new species of plants here. The second point is that we should develop and create workplaces so that the people would be employed and could buy the products growing in price; one of the basic means of employment is tourism", - Mishiko stated.