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After the Rose Revolution unemployment is the main trouble of Georgians2009-06-29 13:36
After the Rose Revolution in November 2003 about half of Georgians lost job. According to the survey, conducted by the Kviris Palitra [Georgian weekly], the Revolution left without job 50. 4 per cent of respondents or members of their families, and didn't influence the employment of 49.6 per cent of surveyed - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's worthy noticing that Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia, repeatedly highlighted that unemployment is the county's main enemy.
He added that it grew after April 9th , when opposition blocked central streets of the capital and threatened to block railway communication.
The President explained that investors refused to invest money in the country because of these actions.
According to official data, the unemployment rate in Georgia amounted 14 per cent in early spring.