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Mandzhgaladze: energy vouchers as government’s modest aid2011-02-08 15:49
Press Speaker of the Georgian president Manana Mandzhgaladze confirmed information that since February 10, the country's authorities start issuing special vouchers to pay for electric energy.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"That's the government's modest aid and we hope to facilitate the inflation process for our families", - Mandzhgaladze is cited by Interpressnews.
Earlier, Minister of Energy of Georgia Alexandra Khetaguri reported that the country's government arrived at a decision to issue 20-lari vouchers for the people. This amount is meant to partially cover the cost of the consumed electric energy.
"In case someone wants to pass his voucher to another family, it must be registered in the energy company", - the minister underlined.