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Christian Democrats criticize Czech investors2010-01-20 16:12
Christian Democrats of Georgia demand Block-Georgia, the Czech company, to comply with its obligations, mentioned in the agreement with the government of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Magda Anikashvili, the representative of the fraction in the Parliament, stated the due address had been sent to Ministries of Economic Development and Labour, Healthcare and Social Protection.
She explained that Black-Georgia company must had started solving problems in hospital sector in end 2009, including repair works of hospitals and creating elementary sanitary conditions for patients, but failed to. It also presented no bank guarantees.
Previously the Christian Democrats raised the issue of the company's responsibility and compliance with the obligations, but the government gave no response.
Opposition members call on the government to take urgent measures to solve problems of hospital sector.
The agreement with Block-Georgia on building 100 new hospitals in Georgia was signed one year ago. The Czech investor became the proprietor of Georgian hospitals for a symbolic price of USD 1500 долларов, and in exchange was obliged to build new modern clinics.