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Georgians with forged school leaving certificates won’t be prosecuted2010-04-15 11:19
In Georgia higher education of people, who purchased school leaving certificates to enter colleges and universities, will be recognized - Georgia Times correspondent.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The On Amnesty bill was presented by Georgi Chakhanishvili, the deputy Minister of Education and Science, and was discussed in the third reading at the sitting of the parliamentary Committee for Legal Issues.
The deputy Minister explained that after passing the bill people, who purchased the certificates in 2003-2004 and then used them to get higher education, will be free from charge.
Yet manufacturers and salesmen of forfeited certificates won't fall under amnesty.