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Gilauri cuts officials’ expenses2009-02-09 15:29
After dismissal of Kakha Bendukidze, the head if the State Chancellery and his following appointment the advisor, Nikolai Gilauri, the new PM of Georgia, drew a new initiative.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Gilauri, today he ordered Kakha Baindurashvili, the Minister of Finance, to cut expenses of the state budget, allocated for expenses of state officials.
The administrative expenses of the governmental officials will be 10 per cent cut, but it will not affect their salaries. No redundancy in ministries or agencies is expected. The Pm intends to save money by cutting subsistence money and use of cars by officials, the PM explained.
The PM stated that the saved money will be spent on economy boosting measures, including the program of cheap credits.