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160 thousand Georgian schoolchildren to get free textbooks2010-11-30 15:06
A decision on allocating free textbooks for children from low-income families was taken at the meeting of the Head of the Georgian government Nika Gilauri and leader of the Christian-Democratic Party Georgy Targamadze.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind you that the conversation of the prime minister and the oppositional spokesman took place in the context of discussing Georgia's budget 2011.
According to Targamadze, the total number of schoolchildren to obtain the state's assistance in learning materials provision will be increased up to 160 thousand. An agreement was also achieved that in 2011, the right of free-of-charge education in the Georgian higher education institutions will be granted to the students living in the areas most affected by the "five-day war".
As reported by Novosti-Georgia, leader of the Christian Democrats underlined that the party's proposals regarding health, pension and agricultural programs were repelled.
Let us remind you that on November 30, Georgian government will adopt the final variant of the budget in parliament to be approved of by the deputies before December 17 of this year. The draft budget 2011 was discussed with the participation of the opposition and members of non-government and international organizations.