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Targamadze: Georgian business on the verge of ruin2010-12-01 14:54
Leader of the Georgian Christian Democrats Georgi Targamadze said that his party would not support the draft budget 2011.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by IA REGNUM, Targamadze stated so after the meeting with the head of the Georgian government Nika Gilauri held yesterday, on November 30.
He said that Christian Democrats are going to make a special appeal to the president of the country to present their own vision of Georgia's social status, stressing the high level of unemployment and the poor state of business.
"Business is on the verge of ruin; if the state loses business today, there will be neither government, nor opposition tomorrow. That's why we appeal to the president to make an adequate assessment of the current situation and take a political decision", - Targamadze underlined.
Let us remind you that on November 30, Georgian government submitted the final budget version to the parliament to be adopted before December 17 this year. The draft budget 2011 was discussed together with the opposition and representatives of the non-governmental and international organizations.