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Chairman of the Anti-Crisis Council of Georgia is content with the work the structure did2009-07-03 18:03
Giya Tortladze, the chairman of the Anti-Crisis Council is content with the work the structure did over the period, Tortladze himself said at today's briefing in the Parliament.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The MP mentioned that in recent month the Council hasn't gathered in full company because of the protest actions, but work was continued at the experts level.
According to Tortladze, the Council members managed to reveal many problems, worrying refugees from the places of areas of compact settlement. The fact of distribution of poor flour, brought in the framework of World Food Program, to refugees. The Council took measure, and later these facts never happened.
Owing to the Council's efforts refugees who failed to sow the lands reserved for them, were paid money compensations by the state.
Another merit of the Council is amending the Tax Code: property tax for sole proprietors was abolished; income tax for physical persons, previously amounting from 0.2 per cent to 0.8 per cent, was cut to 0.2 per cent. The chairman said that soon the work on bill, implying payment of compensations for families lost the breadwinner in result of military actions.