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Saakashvili has found the "lost" generation2011-10-28 12:53
Warnings of foreign experts, who noted the acuteness of social problems in Georgia, had an effect on President Mikhail Saakashvili. At a government session in Batumi, he started talking about employment of citizens over 45 years.
The Head of State pity those unfortunate, who had lost their jobs during procedures of "rejuvenation" in the country. He even proposed measures to reduce unemployment. Officials are already singing the praises to the new humanistic program of the leader of the republic. But, as usual, the ordinary citizens do not got benefits from such "gifts" from authorities.
The essence of the solution, proposed by Mikhail Saakashvili, comes to the fact that a businessman who takes employees aged from 45 to 60 years on the work, will receive the privilege - exemption from income tax. How much benefit from this innovation will businessmen get, given situation in Georgia, is difficult to say. In recent years Sakartvelo is very proud of its tax code, which is designed to make Transcaucasian republic equal to offshore companies. Local Finance Ministry boasts to be among the world leaders on the ease of the overall tax burden. On the other hand, it is better to keep silence about the level of income.
In general, the Georgian authorities's care about its people is truly touching. Instead of providing citizens good job, the government graciously lowers taxes. After implementing reform, which resulted the people found themselves in the street, they suddenly remembered those Georgians who lost jobs. Penitential style of Mikhail Saakashvili's speeches, who had admitted guilt of the authorities in the growth of unemployment, is strikingly similar to the manner of Soviet functionaries: he confessed, he smiled and shook his finger with paternal severity. And the business will disentangle effects of progressive reform (they have already created unprecedented favorable conditions for development), and the government will simply help, if they can.