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Georgian government sells out humanitarian aid2008-11-21 18:07
Georgian government is involved in selling humanitarian aid medicines, announced Soso Shatberashvili, a member of the Labour Party, GHN informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Shatberashvili, "uncontrollability of governmental mafia" touched even medicine, in particular, the market of pharmaceuticals.
«After economic and war crisis, pharmaceutical market faces serious problems. Medicines that grew 40 per cent more expensive are unattainable for population. Today pharmaceutical market is under control of two monopolies: Aversi and Psp (their owners sit in the government), which make money on medicines that are delivered to Georgia as humanitarian aid», - Shatberashvili stated.
According to Shatberashvili, the Labour Party is going to establish a special group to monitor distribution of medicines, which were delivered as humanitarian aid.