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Fines inciting suicides in Georgia2010-11-15 14:05
The November 7 political movement of Georgia disseminated information about a businessman from Telavi having committed suicide because of a fine imposed by financial service, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Spokesman of movement Jaba Dzhishkariani, owner of the Dolphin shop in Telavi Paata Pepelashvili has committed suicide yesterday.
According to the movement members, financial service imposed upon him a fine of 250 thousand laris.
According to Dzhishkariani, financial service has been very active recently in the regions.
However, small business is incapable of paying fines imposed by fiscal authorities.